There’s more shuffling around at the top, as four more clubs have revealed their top tens in the OGAE Poll 2019. The fan clubs from Australia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic and Finland have voted, now giving Switzerland a slim one-point lead over Italy.

OGAE Australia was next to reveal their point, with their top three being Italy, the Netherlands and Iceland. Australia’s eight points for Hatari is the largest individual score so far for the award-winning post-Marxist, nihilist, goth cabaret performers. Australia also had one point for Portugal, the fourth lot of points for Conan Osíris.

Also with points was OGAE Cyprus. Their top points went to Switzerland, cultural neighbours Greece, and Switzerland. They also had five points for Spain, where Miki has been hovering just outside the overall top ten.

OGAE Czech Republic gave their top marks to Switzerland, the Netherlands and Italy. The rest of their votes generally follows the same favourites at the top of the overall OGAE Poll results.

OGAE Finland has 12 points for their Scandi neighbour Norway, with Switzerland and Italy rounding out the top three. Finland also threw a kindly three points to San Marino, with Serhat’s message of positivity evidently striking a chord.

On the overall scoreboard Switzerland has slipped into the top position again, with Luca Hänni just one point ahead of Italy’s Mahmood. But expect a big change when OGAE Switzerland reveals their votes. They won’t be able to vote for Luca, so he could potentially drop 12 points behind the leader.

The OGAE Poll is not considered an accurate prediction of Eurovision results. However, it does offer a strong indication of what songs are fan favourites and is good at predicting which songs won’t qualify for the grand final.

OGAE Australia results

  1. Italy (12 points)
  2. Netherlands (10 points)
  3. Iceland (8 points)
  4. Norway (7 points)
  5. Switzerland (6 points)
  6. Sweden (5 points)
  7. Azerbaijan (4 points)
  8. Cyprus (3 points)
  9. Russia (2 points)
  10. Portugal (1 point)

OGAE Cyprus results

  1. Switzerland (12 points)
  2. Greece (10 points)
  3. Netherlands (8 points)
  4. Italy (7 points)
  5. Russia (6 points)
  6. Spain (5 points)
  7. Sweden (4 points)
  8. Azerbaijan (3 points)
  9. Malta (2 points)
  10. Norway (1 point)

OGAE Czech Republic results

  1. Switzerland (12 points)
  2. Netherlands (10 points)
  3. Italy (8 points)
  4. Norway (7 points)
  5. Malta (6 points)
  6. Cyprus (5 points)
  7. Spain (4 points)
  8. Russia (3 points)
  9. Azerbaijan (2 points)
  10. Sweden (1 point)

OGAE Finland results

  1. Norway (12 points)
  2. Switzerland (10 points)
  3. Italy (8 points)
  4. Iceland (7 points)
  5. Netherlands (6 points)
  6. Sweden (5 points)
  7. Russia (4 points)
  8. San Marino (3 points)
  9. Cyprus (2 points)
  10. Azerbaijan (1 point)

OGAE Poll 2019 scores so far

  1. Switzerland (228 points)
  2. Italy (227 points)
  3. Netherlands (221 points)
  4. Norway (122 points)
  5. Cyprus (118 points)
  6. Sweden (107 points)
  7. Azerbaijan (66 points)
  8. Russia (64 points)
  9. Iceland (56 points)
  10. Greece (50 points)
  11. Spain (47 points)
  12. Malta (34 points)
  13. France (16 points)
  14. Belgium (15 points)
  15. Portugal (15 points)
  16. Slovenia (13 points)
  17. Denmark (12 points)
  18. Armenia (9 points)
  19. San Marino (9 points)
  20. Poland (7 points)
  21. Israel (4 points)
  22. Albania (2 points)
  23. Estonia (2 points)
  24. Hungary (2 points)
  25. North Macedonia (2 points)
  26. United Kingdom (2 points)

Still to receive any points are: Australia, Austria, Belarus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia.

What do you think of the latest lot of OGAE results? Who will come out on top? Which countries are being overlooked? Tell us your thoughts below!

Read more OGAE Poll news here

Disclaimer: The authoress is a member of OGAE Australia.

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ESC 2019
1 year ago

I can understand why Denmark and Finland give Norway 12 point. Its Finlands song last year, monster. And Denmarks Barbie girl.

Stephanie
Stephanie
1 year ago

It’s getting more ridiculous by the minute… Switzerland on top and Norway 4th….Only three damn good songs and one okay song in that top 10: Italy, Thé Netherlands, Greece and Azerbeidzjan ( i begin to like this), the rest is just dreadful…

Matija
Matija
1 year ago

I still think that they are ready to do anything to make this Eurovision spoiled, unfortunately my voice will not get it, they are not, but for me this is a cheap copy of the Lord (Finland), the Lords of Freedom, I would say.

Nicolas
Nicolas
1 year ago

The Netherlands will be overshadowed

https://youtu.be/Yg45QzPKd_w

Roma
Roma
1 year ago

I think that Mahmood will win in the end.

Nvm
Nvm
1 year ago
Reply to  Roma

Don’t you dare saying such a thing! The real winner has already been decided… ú.ú

Matija
Matija
1 year ago
Reply to  Roma

I am thinking about that last couple days…

Polegend Godgarina
1 year ago

4 more ogays have revealed their votes since this articles and italy’s back on top, we love a three horse race

Kyla
Kyla
1 year ago

Azerbaijan surprisingly doing well hmm

Roma
Roma
1 year ago
Reply to  Kyla

It’s a very radio friendly pop tune with ethno instrumentation. I’m sure it’ll do very well with decent live performance/staging.

ESCFan2009
ESCFan2009
1 year ago

Plot twist: Neither Duncan nor Luca nor Mahmood win in May, but a female “underdog contender” will snatch the victory… (Just creatin’ suspense and surprise 😀 )

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
1 year ago
Reply to  ESCFan2009

D moll band coming for that trophy snatch. #heaven2020

Nvm
Nvm
1 year ago
Reply to  ESCFan2009

Honestly, I think the same as well. If you consider Greece an underdog, I mean.

Colin
Colin
1 year ago
Reply to  ESCFan2009

Possible contenders for the win:
– Frontrunners – The Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy
– ”Dark horses” for the win (but almost certain qualifiers) – Greece, Cyprus, Iceland, Portugal, Russia, Sweden
Besides them, I can see UK, Malta or Austria snatching the jury vote (but less likely the televote) and Norway, Albania, Poland, Spain or Australia snatching the televote (but less likely the juries), which would make their victories possible only if the other category is so scattered it doesn’t take away that much.
This year is SO unpredictable and that might be my favorite part!

Nikki
Nikki
1 year ago
Reply to  Colin

I really think we’re going to have a 2016 scenario when Country A wins Jury vote, Country B wins Public vote and then Country C comes from behind and snatches the victory.

Matija
Matija
1 year ago
Reply to  Nikki

Agree

Nvm
Nvm
1 year ago
Reply to  Colin

I don’t think this year is unpredictable at all. It’s exactly like last year and they keep slapping the winner right in our faces all the time just to make sure we vote for who they want us to (see: eurojury). I’m just low-key hoping for an unpredictable turn of events at the very last minute, because it’s been hella boring for at least the whole past month.

Mark Dowd
Mark Dowd
1 year ago
Reply to  Colin

UK snatching the jury vote? What are you on?

Kobi
Kobi
1 year ago
Reply to  ESCFan2009

The way I see it the only countries that can potentially get enough points from both the jury and the televote to win are – the Netherlands, Italy, Greece, and malta.
Sweden, Russia and Switzerland will probably all be top ten, but I really can’t see them getting enough support to actually win.
Plus I have a feeling that Azerbaijan will be top 2 with the juries.

Ziv
Ziv
1 year ago
Reply to  ESCFan2009

In fact, I do have a feeling that Albania may be successful this year, not necessarily Tirana 2020, but remember Albania was like 37th or something in the odd a few weeks ago? But she is climbing up slowly. It could be like Moldova 2017, or even Austria 2014?

SummerESC
SummerESC
1 year ago

Why do you put the wrong data here Official Updated as at Wednesday 24th April 2019
Ogae International
ITALY 264 points
NETHERLANDS 261 points
SWITZERLAND 256 points

L.H
L.H
1 year ago

Recent update:

Italy 264
Netherlands 261
Switzerland 256

Nicky91
Nicky91
1 year ago

”still no sign of a clear winner”

uh there is a clear winner this year, Arcade of course nothing can go wrong anymore for a dutch victory

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicky91

Only four-and-a-half weeks left to find out. 🙂

Nicky91
Nicky91
1 year ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

i hope for a wow moment in his staging, so far when listening i didn’t feel anything

maybe if everything comes together that might change i don’t know for sure of course

but if they get staging absolutely right, we are for sure a contender, cuz everyone loves arcade

Nicolas
Nicolas
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicky91

Isn’t the same staging director of Spain 2017 or Belgium 2018. Could be fun to watch lol.

Nicky91
Nicky91
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicolas

also the same staging director who brought us to 2nd place in 2014

Alex
Alex
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicky91

Why is this so downvoted? I honestly agree with you.

Bun
Bun
1 year ago
Reply to  Alex

Because it’s Nicky and yesterday he wrote that the Netherlands shouldn’t win because Duncan has a pitchy voice blabla. The day before that he loved Netherlands again. The day before that he hated it and he doesnt support odds faves, etc.
He is just trolling, that’s why.

Nicky91
Nicky91
1 year ago
Reply to  Bun

i am a huge mess myself i admit, if arcade wasn’t odds fave, no hype then i would totally support the song 100% without moaning, i don’t troll anyway

i like the song, but i hate the hype around it

Otto
Otto
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicky91

There is no ‘hype’, just a lot of people liking the song , that’s why the bookmakers give it the highest chance of winning at this stage. You’re the only one posting schizo comments about it and trying to create drama.

Feets
Feets
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicky91

Ok, I’m also a big fan of ‘Arcade’. But a bit of realism and modesty (like Duncan) wouldn’t be out of place.

EmmelieDarlineFrancesco Fan
EmmelieDarlineFrancesco Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  Feets

I guess people have downvoted it because it’s assuming a Dutch victory, whereas Italy two years ago was an even bigger hot favourite and then only came 6th (robbed in my opinion!). The reality of Eurovision is you’ll never know what will happen.

It’s not my favourite but I would be happy with a Dutch victory – it’s a good song.

Nicky91
Nicky91
1 year ago
Reply to  Feets

yep, try telling that to people on twitter and YouTube, they think arcade is the only song in this years contest lol

Nvm
Nvm
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicky91

Gosh, it’s he second time I agree with Nicky, two days in a row! Omg what’s going on

Kyla
Kyla
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicky91

You’re just a hypbeast. Mahmood will win

Nicky91
Nicky91
1 year ago
Reply to  Kyla

i personally like OGAE results more now, with us 3rd place so it ain’t a favourite there

i never ever support the big fave at eurovision

i can relate to ”loving you is a losing game” lyrics bc i had been so scared at school, to tell girls i liked them, and i have never been normal myself, bc of my autism i am socially awkward

Kyla
Kyla
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicky91

I thought you were homo

Matija
Matija
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicky91

I also don’t know who can win this year, I don’t know why…