OGAE clubs all over Europe and beyond have been voting for their favourite Eurovision 2015 songs and the results have been revealed over the past week. Forty-one clubs and thousands of votes later, we have the winner. Italy’s Il Volo received douze points from 18 countries, leaving Sweden’s Måns Zelmerlöw trailing in second place by 29 points.

Estonia’s Stig Rästa & Elina Born finished in third position, while Mørland & Debrah Scarlett from Norway came fourth. Slovenia’s Maraaya complete the top five.

The final five clubs to reveal their points — OGAE Moldova, OGAE Israel, OGAE Croatia, OGAE Cyprus and OGAE Austria — gave the majority of their points to Italy. Only OGAE Moldova and Croatia bucked the trend. The former gave their points to Sweden and while the latter Slovenia.

Shockingly 15 contestants received no points. These include Malta’s Amber, Ireland’s Molly Sterling and Latvia’s Aminata Savadogo.

OGAE poll 2015 results

1. Italy – 367 points

2. Sweden – 338 points

3. Estonia – 274 points

4. Norway – 243 points

5. Slovenia – 228 points

6. Australia – 174 points

7. Israel – 150 points

8. Spain – 136 points

9. Azerbaijan – 97 points

10. Belgium – 77 points

11. Russia – 74 points

12. Albania – 37 points

13. France – 27 points

14. Montenegro – 26 points

15. United Kingdom – 23 points

16. Serbia – 19 points

17. Netherlands – 17 points

18. Germany – 16 points

19. Romania – 14 points

20. Iceland – 13 points

21. FYR Macedonia – 9 points

22. Greece – 8 points

23. Georgia – 7 points

24. Belarus – 2 points

25. Czech Republic – 2 points

26. Armenia, Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Poland, Portugal, San Marino, Switzerland – 0 points

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Modris
Modris
5 years ago

All I can say – there’s no point of ogae. I’ve already made my plan for next year – I will not listen to the songs until semi. That ruins everything.

Mario
Mario
5 years ago

@ Well the ogae fans might were influenced at least in degree by the bookmakers or wiwibloggs but they must voted mainly according to their own music taste & criteria…They are not just sheeps to like songs only because of others factors other than the fact that being themselfs that really like them.. It is non true to vote 4 a song just because it is considered hot favorite.. Australia & Finland are seen hot favorites by im not fan of these songs.. The song of Australia did not do really great in OGAE voting 4 a song that is… Read more »

Robyn Gallagher
Admin
5 years ago

Darren: “This sort of behavior, e.g. Liking the worst songs in the competition just because Wiwibloggs does, or because you want to holiday in that country next year, is what gives ESC a bad name” I know it feels bad when your favourite songs aren’t recognised by the OGAE voting, but it’s taking it a bit far to suggest that all OGAE voters across Europe (and the Rest of the World) are influenced by wiwibloggs or 2016 holiday plans. Personally, I’d *love* to go to Ireland on holiday, but I didn’t give “Playing with Numbers” a high score in my… Read more »

Criticca
Criticca
5 years ago

I’m obsessed with Il Volo right now. Fingers crossed they don’t do an ala Sognu 2011 though….

Toti
Toti
5 years ago

Russia is gonna win.It’s the dark horse of this year.
mark my woooooooords

George
5 years ago

Just realized that the poll closed and Latvia left with no points. Are they serious???

Mar
Mar
5 years ago

YAAAAS Italia <3
I will be happily waving my tricolore from the living room and cheering for Il Volo.

Daniel
Daniel
5 years ago

I hate Italy and Sweden’s song. My top two had no points (Latvia and Ireland) but at least my least favourite (Armenia) also had nil points.

Maltish
Maltish
5 years ago

Poor Estonia the OGAE curse will strike again.

Alex
Alex
5 years ago

It’s very typical for lots of countries to get 0 points from the OGAE poll, though. It really means almost nothing (although it’s generally a pretty safe bet that a country with 0 points in the OGAE poll will not win).

Darren
Darren
5 years ago

Very disappointed in the OGAE results this year. Ireland, Malta and Latvia definitely deserved points. It was complete the complete fanwank countries that dominated the poll…surprise, surprise. If people honestly believe Belarus, Finland, Lithuania, Israel, Serbia and United Kingdom are better than Ireland, Malta, Latvia and even Austria…then you need to get your ears checked! This sort of behavior, e.g. Liking the worst songs in the competition just because Wiwibloggs does, or because you want to holiday in that country next year, is what gives ESC a bad name and why it isn’t credible in today’s music industry, when actual… Read more »

Jo Mercado
Jo Mercado
5 years ago

Every year, at least one high-ranked song in the OGAE poll flops.

Hmm…I wonder who will suffer this year.

wozzeck
wozzeck
5 years ago

Good news! If OGAE loves my most hated song it will probably fail miserably.

Heyy
Heyy
5 years ago

Rubbish Poll. Its a shame Malta, Latvia, Switzerland and Armenia ended up with zero.

Ioana
Ioana
5 years ago

I think Europe will be in shock when Estonia will not pass into the Grand Final.

Lorena
Lorena
5 years ago

Forza ITALIA!!!
12 from Spain

giorgio
giorgio
5 years ago

Yesss!! Go ITALY!

Alice
Alice
5 years ago

@Racal srsly i can’t agree more with you

bavarson
bavarson
5 years ago

Italy did not have a chance even for top 10.

jr esc nl
jr esc nl
5 years ago

it’s a shame latvia didn’t receive any points

Lils
Lils
5 years ago

I think we could definitely see Italy win, not sure if it will be a runaway winner though, there’s a lot of good songs this year.

Alison
Alison
5 years ago

As the UK learnt last week polls should be taken with a large pinch of salt…!

Jack
Jack
5 years ago

Bullshit poll – people with bad taste it seems! No points to Latvia and hundreds of points to euro trash Swedish song? Pur-leaeeee

mike
mike
5 years ago

Who cares about OGAE poll results

Racal
Racal
5 years ago

Italy is a potential winner I would be happy to see actually win. They are Eurovision veterans and haven’t won since 1990, and they always sing in Italian! This competition in Vienna looks like it’s gonna be Italy vs. Sweden. If this is it, then I’m 200% Italian!

Eugene ESC UK
5 years ago

Robyn :- On Sunday it was reported that Austria had given Switzerland 3 points , this has now changed to UK with 3 points?????………………..better news for the UK. Shame fr Switzerland, I wonder what happened? So yes now 15?!?!?!

Eurovision Tracker also had the same scoring as me :-
http://esctracker.com/ogae

Eugene ESC UK
5 years ago

Some facts and figures :- 1) Both Italy and Sweden achieve over 300 points, first time ever in one poll!! 2) ONLY ITALY received points from ALL 41 clubs/countries. (Croatia did not give Sweden any points on fina day.) 3) Italy and Sweden pick up 28 of the 41 twelve points available, 2 thirds, (68%.) 13 went to the other 38 countries (32%). (Italy 18, Sweden 10.) 4) 30% of all points available went to just Italy and Sweden!! (705/2378) 5) 91% yes 91% of the total points available went to the Top 11 (ELEVEN) songs (2158/2378.) 6) Switzerland gets… Read more »

Robyn Gallagher
Admin
5 years ago

I’ve just checked the OGAE spreadsheet. It’s 15 countries that received the dreaded nil points. The post has been updated with this 🙂

bavarson
bavarson
5 years ago

Who cares about the votes of a couple of dudes from some non-essential organization?

marie
marie
5 years ago

OGAE top 3 : My favorite is ESTONIA.

Eugene ESC UK
5 years ago

What’s this the late late news?

Sami 14 countries got zero not 17 :-

Armenia, Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Poland, Portugal, San Marino.

You can read what I wrote here:-
http://www.eurovisionfamily.tv/blog/read?id=299477

Otna
Otna
5 years ago

Let’s go Estonia, time to slay! <3