Bosnia & Herzegovina’s reign has been a brief one. Just one week after they stormed to the top, they’ve already been overthrown. And Ireland is your number one once more. Of the 16,967 votes cast since Monday 7 March2,182 or 12.86% of all votes cast went Nicky Byrne’s way. There’s no sign of “Sunlight” setting any time soon.

Nicky Byrne “Sunlight”

Russia goes straight in at two. Sergey Lazarev polled an impressive 1,556 votes or 9.17% of all votes cast. This gives “You Are The Only One” the strongest debut since Spain’s Barei.

Sergey Lazarev “You Are The Only One”

Speaking of whom, following last week’s low of fourth, the “Say Yay!” singer climbs up to third. She received 1,445 votes or 8.52% of all votes cast.

Spain: Barei “Say Yay!”

Ukraine’s Jamala re-enters the top five, rising two places to four. “1944” picked up 988 votes or 5.82% of all votes cast.

Jamala “1944”

Iceland’s Greta Salóme drops two spots to five. She earned 893 votes or 5.26% of all votes cast.

Greta Salóme “Hear Them Calling”

Elsewhere, last week’s poll winners Bosnia & Herzegovina fall to tenth. Of the remaining newcomers, France fared best, landing at six. While Armenia, Estonia, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania and FYR Macedonia all managed to make it into the top 20. Montenegro takes over from Georgia at the very bottom of the table, securing just 44 votes.

As always, the slate will be wiped clean when we relaunch the poll one last time on Saturday 12 March. Our current 33 will be joined by songs from Croatia, San Marino, Greece, Australia, Serbia, Sweden and Lithuania.

What do you think of the current standings? Are you happy with the changes at the top? Who’s your Eurovision 2016 favourite? Let us know below.

Your Eurovision favourites on 10 March (33 acts)

  1. Ireland: Nicky Byrne “Sunlight” 12.86% (2,182 votes)
  2. Russia: Sergey Lazarev “You Are The Only One” 9.17% (1,556 votes)
  3. Spain: Barei “Say Yay!” 8.52% (1,445 votes)
  4. Ukraine: Jamala “1944” 5.82% (988 votes)
  5. Iceland: Greta Salóme “Hear Them Calling” 5.26% (893 votes)
  6. France: Amir “J’ai Cherché” 5.16% (875 votes)
  7. Germany: Jamie-Lee Kriewitz “Ghost” 5.16% (875 votes)
  8. Latvia: Justs “Heartbeat” 5.03% (854 votes)
  9. Italy: Francesca Michielin “Nessun grado di separazione” 5.03% (853 votes)
  10. Bosnia & Herzegovina: Dalal & Deen feat. Ana Rucner and Jala “Ljubav Je” 4.41% (748 votes)
  11. Hungary: Freddie “Pioneer” 3.34% (566 votes)
  12. Cyprus: Minus One “Alter Ego” 2.87% (487 votes)
  13. Armenia: Iveta Mukuchyan “LoveWave” 2.62% (444 votes)
  14. Estonia: Jüri Pootsmann “Play” 2.62% (444 votes)
  15. Norway: Agnete “Icebreaker” 2.41% (409 votes)
  16. The Netherlands: Douwe Bob “Slow Down” 2.39% (406 votes)
  17. Austria: Zoë “Loin d’ici” 2.13% (362 votes)
  18. Poland: Michal Szpak “Color of Your Life” 1.77% (300 votes)
  19. Romania: Ovidiu Anton “Moment Of Silence” 1.66% (281 votes)
  20. FYR Macedonia: Kaliopi “Dona” 1.64% (278 votes)
  21. United Kingdom: Joe and Jake “You’re Not Alone” 1.47% (249 votes)
  22. Switzerland: Rykka “The Last Of Our Kind” 1.31% (223 votes)
  23. Albania: Eneda Tarifa “Përrallë” (Fairytale) 1.07% (182 votes)
  24. Belgium: Laura Tesoro “What’s The Pressure” 1.07% (181 votes)
  25. Malta: Ira Losco “Chameleon” 0.87% (148 votes)
  26. Finland: Sandhja “Sing It Away” 0.85% (144 votes)
  27. Denmark: Lighthouse X “Soldiers Of Love” 0.8% (135 votes)
  28. Moldova: Lidia Isac “Falling Stars” 0.66% (112 votes)
  29. Slovenia: ManuElla “Blue and Red” 0.6% (102 votes)
  30. Israel: Hovi Star “Made of Stars” 0.5% (85 votes)
  31. Belarus: Ivan “Help You Fly” 0.41% (69 votes)
  32. Georgia: Nika Kocharov & Young Georgian Lolitaz “Midnight Gold” 0.28% (47 votes)
  33. Montenegro: Highway “The Real Thing” 0.24% (44 votes)

Total Votes: 16,967

Previous favourites

Your favourites on 2 March (23 acts)

  1. Bosnia & Herzegovina: Dalal & Deen feat. Ana Rucner and Jala “Ljubav Je” 26.76% (3,996 votes)
  2. Ireland: Nicky Byrne “Sunlight” 9.03% (1,348 votes)
  3. Iceland: Greta Salóme “Hear Them Calling” 7.43% (1,109 votes)
  4. Spain: Barei “Say Yay!” 7.23% (1,080 votes)
  5. Latvia: Justs “Heartbeat” 6.12% (914 votes)

Total Votes: 14,930

Your favourites on 25 February (15 acts)

  1. Ireland: Nicky Byrne “Sunlight” 27.04% (2,136 votes)
  2. Spain: Barei “Say Yay!” 16.61% (1,312 votes)
  3. Ukraine: Jamala “1944” 14.25% (1,126 votes)
  4. Iceland: Greta Salóme “Hear Them Calling” 8.51% (672 votes)
  5. Cyprus: Minus One “Alter Ego” 7.28% (575 votes)

Total Votes:7,900

YOUR FAVOURITES ON 19 FEBRUARY (11 ACTS)

  1. Ireland: Nicky Byrne “Sunlight” 32.78% (1,922 votes)
  2. Spain: Barei “Say Yay!” 26.13% (1,532 votes)
  3. Austria: Zoë “Loin d’ici” 9.45% (554 votes)
  4. Italy: Francesca Michielin “Nessun grado di separazione” 7.35% (431 votes)
  5. Switzerland: Rykka “The Last Of Our Kind” 5.63% (330 votes)

Total Votes: 5,863

Your favourites on 12 February (6 Acts)

  1. Ireland: Nicky Byrne “Sunlight” 61.31% (4,249 votes)
  2. Spain: Barei “Say Yay!” 23.88% (1,655 votes)
  3. Malta: Ira Losco “Chameleon” 5.5% (381 votes)
  4. Albania: Eneda Tarifa “Përrallë” (Fairytale) 3.3% (229 votes)
  5. Belgium: Laura Tesoro “What’s The Pressure” 3.28% (227 votes)

Total Votes: 6,930

YOUR FAVOURITES ON 1 FEBRUARY (5 ACTS)

  1. Ireland: Nicky Byrne “Sunlight” 53.25% (3,083 votes)
  2. Malta: Ira Losco “Chameleon” 24.08% (1,394 votes)
  3. Belgium: Laura Tesoro “What’s The Pressure” 8.1% (469 votes)
  4. Albania: Eneda Tarifa “Përrallë” (Fairytale) 7.89% (457 votes)
  5. Belarus: Ivan “Help You Fly” 6.68% (387 votes)

Total Votes: 5,790

YOUR FAVOURITES ON 22 JANUARY (3 ACTS)

  1. Ireland: Nicky Byrne “Sunlight” 42.99% (668 votes)
  2. Belgium: Laura Tesoro “What’s The Pressure” 31.02% (482 votes)
  3. Albania: Eneda Tarifa “Përrallë” (Fairytale) 25.99% (404 votes)

Total Votes: 1,554

YOUR FAVOURITES ON 17 JANUARY (2 ACTS)

  1. Ireland: Nicky Byrne “Sunlight” 58.08% (762 votes)
  2. Albania: Eneda Tarifa “Përrallë” (Fairytale) 41.92% (550 votes)

Total Votes: 1,312

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davve
davve
4 years ago

Sweden will win!

LERCY
LERCY
4 years ago

My dutch vote goes to Australia, Ireland and Russia. I really like those songs! They remind me of previous years and previous winners. I don’t like our own song, but that’s okay. The best song has the right to win and that’s just not our Douwe Bob 😉

Sean
Sean
4 years ago

Oh no, Israel won’t make it into the final.

I live in israel and I cry in the semi final every night that israel didn’t make it through.

Please people, Vote for Israel, I really wish Israel was more popular this year.

I’m going to be crying again tonight.

CookyMonzta
CookyMonzta
4 years ago

How much of a jump would Ira Losco make if she ditches “Chameleon” for “Haunted By Love”. It sounds pretty good.

Julian
Julian
4 years ago

No. 1 troll of this poll… the winner is… Ireland.
I miss the lengthy debates between Azerbaijan and Armenia fans.

blondboybc
blondboybc
4 years ago

A very unscientific, unreliable poll. I’d pay closer attention to youtube views/likes and betting odds. Ireland my be lucky to qualify to the final, given what I’ve seen and heard.

Susan
Susan
4 years ago

My top three seems to be everyone else’s bottom three. Well then. Doesn’t bode well for a good final for me!

Iberian
Iberian
4 years ago

How I love this poll. Nicky’s great, way too handsome, and his song is catchy.

franketeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeen

Ireland winning this poll i doest matter cuz this no means nothing, and anyone believes this “#1” cheap song

AM Casablancas
AM Casablancas
4 years ago

me too, I can’t wait for this to flop DRASTICALLY at esc! 🙂

Österrike
Österrike
4 years ago

This year is really difficult for me to rank because most songs are sooo meh. However my ranking from Österikke, the land far away (from winning again, I hope not): 1. Netherlands 2. Poland 3. France 4. Italy 5. Croatia 6. Belarus 7. Denmark 8. Spain —— from here I dont really like any song very much 9. Norway 10. Malta 11. Macedonia 12. Switzerland 13. Germany 14. Cyprus 15. Armenia 16. Hungary 17. Ireland 18. United Kingdom 19. Albania 20. Latvia 21. Estonia 22. Cyprus 23. Georgia 24. Russia 25. Slovenia 26. Romania 27. Greece 28. Israel 29. Macedonia… Read more »

rose
rose
4 years ago

Sorry guys irish man Nicky Byrne was on the top again because they have so many fans loving him..

WorldHope
WorldHope
4 years ago

Is it a joke ?

WeAreTheWinners
WeAreTheWinners
4 years ago

Haha. This will flop at ESC. Btw, when it’s reopened with on the 12th for ‘one final time’ where is Azerbaijan? By one final time do you mean without a full list of participants, because it’s kind of bad if Azerbaijan isn’t included haha. Not expecting anything thrilling from them though.

Comi
Comi
4 years ago

I just can’t wait for him to flop at ESC.. 😀

ah
ah
4 years ago

I find it hard to believe that Ireland is still an actual favourite.

maslo
maslo
4 years ago

I wonder why wiwibloggs team lose time for that poll.

Sopho
Sopho
4 years ago

This won’t even pass the semi final lol

LATVIA
LATVIA
4 years ago

MGR

Seems like you’re a intelligent person, but your opinion is so wrong. I’ve never said that to anybody, but most of your comments are complete non sense. There is not just one right, it differs from opinions.

oxyk
oxyk
4 years ago

what is it? yet another Margaret is coming down our way to bring even more drama? a favorite?

yikes
yikes
4 years ago

Ireland wins the poll, and MGR is spreading more nonsense in the comments. What could be worse

Hex
Hex
4 years ago

Bleh.. not a single song from this years ESC gets me invested. I had like 7 songs I REALLY liked and like another 10 songs I enjoyed from last year. This year I can barely give you the names of 8 songs I like…

Illyric
Illyric
4 years ago

LOL,lmao, This poll is a joke, even worse maybe.
I cant wait for Albanian rewamp to come out. Cheers. 🙂

wozzeck
wozzeck
4 years ago

I’d love a video editorial from the Wiwi staff (William, Deban and Padraig) commenting on the low quality of this year’s entries. I hope they don’t consider this as detrimental to their business. I expect them to disagree with this, so it’ll be a good chance to argue against what seems an outcry from a significant number of the fanbase.

MGR
MGR
4 years ago

There is only one right, only one truth. Reality is hard and good entry for ESC also must be hard. Every rational person knows it.

Dan Marino
Dan Marino
4 years ago

Lol really

MGR
MGR
4 years ago

If you want be irrational, you want to be idiot.

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
4 years ago

Come on, Wiwibloggs. It is time to just remove the Irish options from these polls. You must get finger cramps whenever you have to type the words “Nicky Byrne is your favourite….”

MGR
MGR
4 years ago

If you think that what I write is not true, it means that you live on another planet. I’m from Earth.

MGR
MGR
4 years ago

Entries like Anja Nissen “Never Alone”, Samir & Viktor “Bada Nakna” and Alexey Gross “Flame” always were the best in the ESC. Now we will have not even one entry in this style. ESC is ruined. The winner of ESC 2016 will be Aminata, but not necessarily from Latvia.

V
V
4 years ago

It looks like have Russia won the poll since Ireland votes are fake…

MGR
MGR
4 years ago

At this moment Melodifestivalen is much more important than ESC.

logix
logix
4 years ago
zeze
zeze
4 years ago

Of course he won’t win, not even he thinks that. However, I do think he has a good chance of qualifying. He improved a lot in just a week from his 1st live performance judging by the that Ukranian final so I think he will do alright in May.

Me
Me
4 years ago

His live performance is quite bad.

dd
dd
4 years ago

XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

Skyward78
Skyward78
4 years ago

Yeah yeah sure he’ll win, nice fanbase bro!