Final Results Now Available: Click Here!

As of May 24, Wiwi’s readers have cast nearly 30,000 votes in the poll “Who Will Win Eurovision 2010?” Turkey, which claims 41% of all votes, has increased its lead over second-place finisher Spain (36%). A lot of Wiwi’s readers have suggested that the Turks and Spaniards have figured out a way to cheat, and are bypassing Wiwi’s security checks on IP address. That’s certainly possible. But if you discount Turkey and Spain and focus on the next four finishers in the poll, you’ll see that Wiwi’s readers are somewhat aligned with the bookies. Germany (5.3%), Armenia (3.9%),Israel (1.8%) and Azerbaijan (1.6%) continue to post big numbers here, and they make up the top 5 (along with Denmark) at most betting agencies. As in other polls, Slovenia (0.03%) and Switzerland (0.03%) finish last.

You can see the complete results below, along with footage from the second rehearsals. Please keep the votes coming, and be sure to tell your friends on Facebook and Twitter to vote for your favorite contestant! The poll is at the very bottom of this post, or you can simply click here. And if you need to refresh your memory, you can watch all 39 Eurovision preview videos in Wiwi’s Eurovision Player.

1. Turkey’s maNga: 12,143 votes, 41.51%

2. Spain’s Daniel Diges: 10,553, 36.08%

3. Germany’s Lena Meyer-Landrut: 1,545, 5.28%

4. Armenia’s Eva Rivas: 1,153, 3.94%

5. Israel’s Harel Skaat: 535, 1.83%

6. Azerbaijan’s Safura: 476, 1.63%

7. Poland’s Marcin Mrzonski: 274, 0.94%

8. Serbia’s Milan Stankovic: 239, 0.82%

9. Romania’s Paula Seling & Ovi: 235, 0.8%

10. Lithuania’s InCulto: 208, 0.71%

11. Belarus’ 3 + 2: 170, 0.58%

12. Croatia’s Feminnem: 150, 0.51%

13. Greece’s Giorgos Alkaios and Friends: 144, 0.49%

14. Ukraine’s Alyosha: 141, 0.48%

15. Sweden’s Anna Bergendahl: 126, 0.43%

16. Slovakia’s Kristina: 116, 0.4%

17. Malta’s Thea Garrett: 104, 0.36%

18. Albania’s Juliana Pasha: 93, 0.32%

19. Latvia’s Aisha: 92, 0.31%

20. Portugal’s Filipa Azevedo: 90, 0.31%

21. Denmark’s Chanée and Tomas N’evergreen: 77, 0.26%

22. Norway’s Didrik Solli-Tangen: 57, 0.19%

23. Ireland’s Niamh Kavanagh: 54, 0.18%

24. Moldova’s SunStroke Project with Olia Tira: 52, 0.18%

25. Cyprus’ Jon Lilygreen and the Islanders: 48, 0.16%

26. Finland’s Kuunkuiskaajat: 46, 0.16%

27. Belgium’s Tom Dice: 43, 0.15%

28. Estonia’s Malcolm Lincoln: 34, 0.12%

28. Iceland’s Hera Bjork: 34, 0.12%

30. The United Kingdom’s Josh Dubovie: 31, 0.11%

31. Bulgaria’s Miro: 30, 0.1%

32. F.Y.R. Macedonia’s Gjoko Taneski: 28, 0.1%

33. Netherlands’ Sieneke: 25, 0.09%

34. France’s Jessy Matador: 24, 0.08%

34. Russia’s Peter Nalitch: 24, 0.08%

36. Georgia’s Sofia Nizaharadze: 22, 0.08%

37. Bosnia’s Vukasin Brajic: 18, 0.06%

38. Slovenia’s Ansambel Zlindra & Kalamari: 8, 0.03%

39. Switzerland’s Michael von der Heide: 10, 0.03%

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spiricgf
10 years ago

4 me the winners should be :moldova ,albania,france and united kingdom!!!!

tuana
tuana
10 years ago

TURKEY is Winner..maNga

Azerinka
Azerinka
10 years ago

only Azerbaijan!safura,you’re olny winner of esc 2010

Dani
10 years ago

Anyone can win, even the portuguese, it would be the first time after 47 years only with a 6th and 2 7ths places in all its history in Eurovision Song Contest.But my favourite song is Milim of Harel Skaat from Israel.

Dani
10 years ago

Anyone can win, even the portuguese, it would be the first time after 47 years only with a 6th and 2 7ths places in all its history in Eurovision Song Contest.But my favourite song is Milim of Harel Skaat fom Israel.

Seve
Seve
10 years ago

4 me the winners are Armenia, Spain & Greece but is difficult cos this year have a lot of good songs.

mone
10 years ago

Eva Rivas is the winner. Her lyric, her performance, her music, her interview
in all she is amazing. She is so humble and I know that God gave grace to people, who are humble. Bravo Eva, you are already winner.