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ESC Reporter | October 19, 2017

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Sweden wins OGAE voting!

Sweden wins OGAE voting!
Eric Nocito

After the 40 OGAE groups across Europe voted for their favorite entries from Eurovision 2014, Sweden and Sanna Nielsen were declared the winner with a whopping 354 points!

Hungary came in second with 262 points, followed by Israel at 233 points, and Austria at 221.

From there, the points gradually dwindled down, eventually landing at Portugal, Lithuania, and Albania, all tied with null points. Bookmaker-favorite Armenia ended at 6th place with 158 points.

In 2012 and 2013, OGAE made the correct prediction of the winner of the contest by voting Loreen and Emmelie de Forest to the top.

 

The Final Scoreboard:

  • 354 points – Sweden
  • 262 points – Hungary
  • 233 points – Israel
  • 221 points – Austria
  • 162 points – United Kingdom
  • 158 points – Armenia
  • 132 points – Norway
  • 111 points – Spain
  • 104 points – Greece
  • 79 points – Montenegro
  • 76 points – Italy
  • 73 points – Denmark
  • 36 points – France
  • 33 points – Ireland
  • 31 points – The Netherlands
  • 29 points – Germany
  • 25 points – Belgium
  • 24 points – Azerbaijan
  • 22 points – Russia
  • 20 points – San Marino
  • 18 points – Romania
  • 15 points – Finland
  • 13 points – Poland
  • 13 points – Ukraine
  • 12 points – Slovenia
  • 11 points – Malta
  • 11 points – Switzerland
  • 9 points – Latvia
  • 9 points – Estonia
  • 9 points – Malta
  • 8 points – Belarus
  • 7 points – Iceland
  • 7 points – Moldova
  • 2 points – Georgia
  • 2 points – Macedonia

  • 0 points: Albania
  • 0 points: Lithuania
  • 0 points: Portugal

 

 

 

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