ogae poll 2023

Norway and Estonia have just revealed their points for the OGAE Poll 2023. The Norwegian 12 points are going to Finland, but Estonia gave theirs to Sweden. Some changes happened in the general ranking.

The OGAE Poll 2023 started three weeks ago with France kicking off the voting, and Slovenia, Cyprus, Spain, Türkiye, Switzerland and Bulgaria following in the last couple days. Each national club revealed their points from 1 to 12, Eurovision style, in order to ultimately determine the grand winner of the 2023 OGAE Poll.

And today, Norway and Estonia reveal their points with the 12 points going to different countries. OGAE Estonia is giving their 12 points to Sweden, the 6th time the country gets the top score, and OGAE Norway gives 12 points to Finland, who gets them for the second time.

Results from Estonia

Here is the full voting of OGAE Estonia:

  • Sweden 🇸🇪 – 12 points
  • Finland 🇫🇮 – 10 points
  • France 🇫🇷 – 8 points
  • Italy 🇮🇹 – 7 points
  • Switzerland 🇨🇭 – 6 points
  • Israel 🇮🇱 – 5 points
  • The Netherlands 🇳🇱 – 4 points
  • Austria 🇦🇹 – 3 points
  • United Kingdom 🇬🇧 – 2 points
  • Norway 🇳🇴 – 1 point

20 people voted in the Estonian OGAE club, and OGAE Estonia is the 9th national club to vote in this year’s poll.

Results from Norway

Here is the full voting of OGAE Norway:

  • Finland 🇫🇮 – 12 points
  • France 🇫🇷 – 10 points
  • Sweden 🇸🇪 – 8 points
  • Italy 🇮🇹 – 7 points
  • Austria 🇦🇹 – 6 points
  • United Kingdom 🇬🇧 – 5 points
  • Czechia 🇨🇿 – 4 points
  • Israel 🇮🇱 – 3 points
  • Moldova 🇲🇩 – 2 points
  • Cyprus 🇨🇾 – 1 point

138 people voted in the Norwegian OGAE club, and OGAE Norway is the 8th national club to vote in this year’s poll.

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As of now, Sweden is still in the lead with 97 points, 13 points ahead of Finland who is second. The gap between the two countries is decreasing day by day. France is now 3rd in the ranking with 65 points, passing Norway who is now 4th with 50 points.

A total of 994 people voted so far, but the full results are yet to be known so that we have a winner. These full results will be known around early May, just before the Eurovision Song Contest’s live shows start in Liverpool on May 9.

Last year, more than 3,500 people voted across 43 OGAE national clubs, and Sweden — Cornelia Jakobs – Hold Me Closer — was the winner of the OGAE Poll 2022. For now, it looks like Sweden is up for a second victory in a row, but things can still change soon!

Source: OGAE International

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