A Dal 2016 — Hungary’s selection for Eurovision — continues tonight. Ten acts will compete in the second heat, but only six can join last week’s qualifiers in the semifinal. Who deserves to progress to the next stage? We asked you earlier in the week, and the results are in.

Former Eurovision stars can almost always count on your support. And Kállay-Saunders is no exception. After counting a total of 653 votes, we can confirm that the Kállay-Saunders Band are running (running, running) towards victory with “Who We Are”. They received 243 votes or 37.21% of all votes cast. Surprise? I don’t think so.

Kállay-Saunders Band “Who We Are”

Passed come a distant second with “Driftin’”. They earned 89 votes or 13.63% of all votes cast. Ouch! They’re a long way off the lead, but it still means they’re heading to the semis, at least according to y’all.

Passed “Driftin'”

However, truth be told, the field behind Kállay and his bandmates is wide open. Everyone has a chance. Karmapolis and Böbe Szécsi picked up 77 votes with “Hold On To” to finish third. Anna Patai grabbed fourth place and 69 votes with her song “Colors”. The last two qualification spots go to Gergo Oláh and Laci Gáspár, receiving 50 and 38 votes respectively. Based on the poll, André Vásáry, C.E.T, Group’n’Swing and Maszkura és a Tücsökraj should not qualify.

The second heat is scheduled to start at 19.40 CET. You can visit the official A Dal website for more details.  

WHO SHOULD QUALIFY FROM HEAT 2 OF HUNGARY’S A DAL 2016? POLL RESULTS.

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  2. Passed – Driftin’ 13.63%  (89 votes)
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Total Votes: 653

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Alison
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I don’t like when acts who made the Eurovision final return so soon. Give someone else a chance!!

Ben Rafter
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Who we are is a modern, rememberable song and like Donny in the Lithuanian final should win by a landslide.

Österrike
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Driftin sounds like a smarter choice. The lush, angelic sound caught my attention even before the harp got me completely. What a gem stone that is.

Österrike
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“Who we are” sounds more Eurovision than “Running”, a big anthemic stomper, so I am skeptical about its actual winning chances…..

Briekimchi
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These poll results do not look far off actually.
Think KSB are going to run away with it.