OGAE Poll 2023: The results from Malta, Romania and Germany!

After a total of 35 OGAE International Network clubs have voted, it is now the turn of the OGAE clubs of Malta , Romania and Germany to submit their votes.

In detail, the 36 members of OGAE Malta voted as follows:

  • 12 points go to Sweden
  • 10 points go to Norway
  • 8 points go to Italy
  • 7 points go to Finland
  • 6 points go to the United Kingdom
  • 5 points go to Israel
  • 4 points go to France
  • 3 points go to Cyprus
  • 2 points go to the Czech Republic
  • 1 point go to Poland

Also the 15 members of OGAE Romania voted:

  • 12 points  go to Sweden
  • 10 points go to Italy
  • 8 points go to Israel
  • 7 points go to Moldova
  • 6 points go to Finland
  • 5 points go to France
  • 4 points go to Azerbaijan
  • 3 points go to Spain
  • 2 points go to Austria
  • 1 point go to the United Kingdom

Last but not least, the union of EC Germany and their 161 members gave the following vote:

  • 12 points go to Finland
  • 10 points go to Sweden
  • 8 points  go to France
  • 7 points go to Italy
  • 6 points go to Norway
  • 5 points go to Austria
  • 4 points go to the United Kingdom
  • 3 points go to the Czech Republic
  • 2 points go to Switzerland
  • 1 point go to Spain

The overall ranking is now as follows:

And so, finally, we notice that we have a tie between the two favorites of this year’s competition, Sweden and Finland with 380 points , way ahead of France in points, which places third up to now. Norway follows in the fourth place with 225 points and Austria is fifth with 205. Greece is tied up to the 27th position with just one point, while Cyprus is 17th with 10 points.

Four clubs remain to cast their votes and crown this year’s winner of the OGAE Poll. Stay tuned at EurovisionFun to see how the game between Sweden and Finland will unfold! It’s a game for two as it seems!

Stay tuned to EurovisionFun for all OGAE Poll 2023 scores and all the Eurovision news!

Source:  OGAE International

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