The race to win Junior Eurovision 2014 is fierce — and so was the competition to win our JESC fan poll “Who Will Win Junior Eurovision 2014?” Our readers cast an unprecedented 1,071,697 votes. As fans got behind their favourite acts, they shared the poll on Facebook more than 28,000 times. They turned this poll into a real war, and we can now reveal the winners.

Please note: This poll does not serve as our official prediction. As you’ll appreciate, these votes come from our readers. You can see our opinions and rankings, which were based on the music videos and written prior to rehearsals, by clicking here. We will merge the results of our poll and jury results later today.

Who will win Junior Eurovision 2014?

1. Ukraine: Sympho – Nick – Pryyde Vesna 15.48% (165,946 votes)

2. Croatia: Josie – Game Over 12.49% (133,805 votes)

3. Italy: Vincenzo Cantiello – Tu Primo Grande Amore 12.25% (131,309 votes)

4. Serbia: Emilija Djonin – Svet U Mojim Ocima 12.05% (129,124 votes)

5. Slovenia: Ula Lozar – Nisi Sam 11.63% (124,680 votes)

6. Montenegro: Lejla Vulic and Masa Vujadinovic – Budi Dijete Na Jedan Dan 11.58% (124,152 votes)

7. Bulgaria: Krisia, Hasan and Ibrahim – Planet of the Children 11.51% (123,366 votes)

8. San Marino: The Peppermints – Breaking My Heart 4.41% (47,279 votes)

9. Cyprus: Sophia Patsalides – I Pio Omorfi Mera 3.47% (37,239 votes)

10. Armenia: Betty – People of the Sun 1.11% (11,895 votes)

11. Belarus: Nadezdha Misyakova – Sokal 0.71% (7,586 votes)

12. Netherlands: Julia – Around 0.7% (7,534 votes)

13. Georgia: Lizi Pop – Happy Day 0.7% (7,530 votes)

14. Sweden: Julia Kedhammar – Du Ar Inte Ensam 0.7% (7,507 votes)

15. Malta: Federica Falzon – Diamonds 0.6% (6,403 votes)

16. Russia: Alisa Kozhikina – Dreamer 0.59% (6,342 votes)

Total Votes: 1,071,697

MORE JUNIOR EUROVISION 2014 COVERAGE

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Martin
Martin
7 years ago

Wow…this list is really broken. The top 4 songs are probably the 4 worst songs this year.

Nitzan
Nitzan
7 years ago

You guys must be joking… Malta 15th? With those vocals?! The girl is winning this with her hands tied. Italy 2nd or 3rd.

Mavision
Mavision
7 years ago

Beccaboo strikes again.

Well, this is strange. Considering like none of the acts thought to have a chance of winning is up near the top – for instance, how is the Netherlands 12? This is just people from their own country reposting, I think. It happens at ESC usually too, with about the same countries. Good luck though! Cyprus or Slovenia to win!

Erin
Erin
7 years ago

I hope that if Ukraine wins this evening, it is not a result of a political sympathy vote nor a silent majority support for the suffering of its people. I would love to see a neck-and-neck ‘race’ between at least 3 or 4 countries till the very last vote because that would indicate that there really are very strong contenders this year and that no particular country has a ‘victory’ sign written all over it, just like last year (and for the right reasons too…). From what I’ve seen, it’s either Malta, Bulgaria, Ukraine or The Netherlands, but any major… Read more »

Nevyana
Nevyana
7 years ago

Dear Benata, this video is incorrect. Krisi was sick then. Watch the final video! Krisia, Hasan & Ibrahim from Bulgaria were real heroes tonight as they stayed calm and performed exceptionally well after everything went wrong when power outage occured during their performance.Bulgaria is the best 🙂

Benata
Benata
7 years ago

No no no! Don’t tell me Alisa was placed last! Even in this poll
Her song is one of most liked and supported, she really deserves to WIN!!

What about the krisia’s fans here?! They were so noisy…..for nothing lol
Bulgaria on 6th place?!!!!!

D
D
7 years ago

lol

beccaboo1212
7 years ago

NOOOOOOOOOO(1 hour later)OOOOOOOO!!!! WHYYYYYYYYYYYYY????? 🙁