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OGAE Poll 2022: Sweden’s Cornelia Jakobs moves past Italy to take the lead

In less than three weeks, a new Eurovision winner will make history. But as we journey to Turin 2022, the OGAE Poll 2022 continues unleashing more points.

Since the last batch, ten more clubs have shaken up the scoreboard with their votes, these being OGAE’s Israel, Denmark, United Kingdom, Armenia, Andorra, Poland, Iceland, Serbia, Germany and Portugal. With 65% of the votes now distributed, we have a new leader – Sweden’s Cornelia Jakobs.

In fact, Sweden has featured prominently in this new batch of points. Seven clubs – Israel, Denmark, United Kingdom, Armenia, Poland, Iceland and Portugal – have awarded their douze points to Cornelia Jakobs, who had only managed two top scores previously. So just as in Eurovision, it’s important to wait until the end as things can indeed change.

On the other hand, OGAE clubs Andorra and Serbia gave their 12 points to Spain’s Chanel. Meanwhile, OGAE Germany sent its top score to Italy’s Mahmood and Blanco.

OGAE Poll 2022 – latest votes (24 April)

Votes from OGAE Israel

  • Sweden – 12 points
  • The Netherlands – 10 points
  • Italy – 8 points
  • United Kingdom – 7 points
  • Albania – 6 points
  • Poland – 5 points
  • Serbia – 4 points
  • Norway – 3 points
  • Spain – 2 points
  • Cyprus – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Denmark

  • Sweden – 12 points
  • Italy – 10 points
  • Poland – 8 points
  • United Kingdom – 7 points
  • The Netherlands – 6 points
  • Norway – 5 points
  • Estonia – 4 points
  • France – 3 points
  • Austria – 2 points
  • Spain – 1 point

Votes from OGAE United Kingdom

  • Sweden – 12 points
  • Italy – 10 points
  • Spain – 8 points
  • Norway – 7 points
  • Poland – 6 points
  • Czech Republic – 5 points
  • France – 4 points
  • Austria – 3 points
  • The Netherlands – 2 points
  • Ukraine – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Armenia

  • Sweden – 12 points
  • Greece – 10 points
  • Spain – 8 points
  • Italy – 7 points
  • The Netherlands – 6 points
  • Cyprus – 5 points
  • Estonia – 4 points
  • Australia – 3 points
  • Poland – 2 points
  • United Kingdom – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Andorra

  • Spain – 12 points
  • Sweden – 10 points
  • Italy – 8 points
  • United Kingdom – 7 points
  • The Netherlands – 6 points
  • Czech Republic – 5 points
  • France – 4 points
  • Cyprus – 3 points
  • Albania – 2 points
  • Norway – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Poland

  • Sweden – 12 points
  • Spain – 10 points
  • The Netherlands – 8 points
  • Italy – 7 points
  • France – 6 points
  • Albania – 5 points
  • Serbia – 4 points
  • United Kingdom – 3 points
  • Ukraine – 2 points
  • Portugal – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Iceland

  • Sweden – 12 points
  • Italy – 10 points
  • Spain – 8 points
  • The Netherlands – 7 points
  • United Kingdom – 6 points
  • Norway – 5 points
  • France – 4 points
  • Ukraine – 3 points
  • Austria – 2 points
  • Czech Republic – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Serbia

  • Spain – 12 points
  • The Netherlands – 10 points
  • Cyprus – 8 points
  • Poland – 7 points
  • Norway – 6 points
  • Sweden – 5 points
  • Estonia – 4 points
  • Italy – 3 points
  • France – 2 points
  • Albania – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Germany

  • Italy – 12 points
  • France – 10 points
  • Sweden – 8 points
  • United Kingdom – 7 points
  • The Netherlands – 6 points
  • Poland – 5 points
  • Estonia – 4 points
  • Ukraine – 3 points
  • Austria – 2 points
  • Spain – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Portugal

  • Sweden – 12 points
  • United Kingdom – 10 points
  • The Netherlands – 8 points
  • Italy – 7 points
  • Spain – 6 points
  • Albania – 5 points
  • Cyprus – 4 points
  • France – 3 points
  • Ukraine – 2 points
  • Australia – 1 point

How do these votes change the overall OGAE Poll 2022 scoreboard?

Tables have turned. Despite seeming to be untroubled in first place after 22 sets of votes in the 2022 OGAE Poll, Italy now finds themselves playing second fiddle to Sweden, who has claimed the top spot. It’s still all to play for, though, as only five points separate the two acts.

At the same time, what used to be a three-horse race for the win, now looks like it’s a duel between Sweden and Italy. Spain has started to have some difficulties in keeping up with the current top two.

Inside the top ten, the Netherlands has reclaimed fourth spot from the United Kingdom. The remaining countries making up the top ten have kept the exact same positions since the last batch of votes. But don’t count on things definitely staying the same – Poland and France are closely duelling for the sixth spot, with a separation of just seven points.

Outside the top ten, both Estonia and the Czech Republic have benefited largely from this batch of votes. Estonia have jumped up four places to now sit in 13th place, and the Czech Republic have climbed two spots to put themselves in 16th. On the other hand, Finland has recorded the opposite trend. The Nordic country has dropped four places, from 13th to 17th.

From this latest batch, no country has received their first points in the OGAE Poll 2022. Thus, 26 countries have already received points and 14 more are yet to receive any.

OGAE Poll 2022 leaderboard – 24 April

  • 1. Sweden – 261 points
  • 2. Italy – 257 points
  • 3. Spain – 197 points
  • 4. The Netherlands – 144 points
  • 5. United Kingdom – 139 points
  • 6. Poland – 99 poins
  • 7. France – 92 points
  • 8. Norway – 76 points
  • 9. Albania – 66 points
  • 10. Cyprus – 56 points
  • 11. Austria – 38 points
  • 12. Estonia – 33 points
  • 13. Greece – 32 points
  • 14. Ukraine – 30 points
  • 15. Serbia – 26 points
  • 16. Czech Republic – 21 points
  • 17. Finland – 20 points
  • 18. Australia – 16 points
  • 19. Moldova – 6 points
  • 20. Croatia – 4 points
  • 21. Portugal – 3 points
  • 22. Belgium – 2 points
  • (=) Germany – 2 points
  • (=) Romania – 2 points
  • 25. Lithuania – 1 point
  • (=) Switzerland – 1 point

Countries that are not listed are yet to receive any points from the voting clubs.

Over the next coming days, the remaining OGAE groups will announce their points to determine their Eurovision winner. Stay tuned, because we will soon know which singer and song is this year’s fan favourite to win Eurovision 2022.

So far, 28 clubs have announced their votes. This means that there are 15 other clubs who will reveal their votes soon, so positions can still change!

What do you think? Do you agree with the current leaderboard? Who would you give your points to? Let us know in the comment section below!



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