The second set of results from the OGAE Poll 2022 are in. This time, it’s Slovenia calling and they have awarded their douze points to Italy’s Mahmood and Blanco.

That’s another set of 12 points to this year’s host entrants, who remain untouched at the top of the scoreboard with the maximum score after also receiving the first 12 points from France last week.

The 24 voters of the Slovenian club gave Serbia a boost onto the overall scoreboard, as Konstrakta and her memorable entry “In Corpore Sano” received ten points. Meanwhile, France also received their first eight points, with the energetic Alvan & Ahez claiming the bronze medal in the OGAE Slovenia vote.

Votes from OGAE Slovenia

  • Italy – 12 points
  • Serbia – 10 points
  • France – 8 points
  • Poland- 7 points
  • Sweden – 6 points
  • Spain – 5 points
  • Norway – 4 points
  • Ukraine – 3 points
  • Romania – 2 points
  • Austria – 1 point

OGAE Poll 2022 leaderboard – 6 April

Both Italy and Sweden remain in the top two spots after this next set of votes. But there’s change further down the leaderboard, as thanks to OGAE Slovenia it’s now Poland who jumps into the top three. They’re followed by Spain, Serbia and France, with the Netherlands dropping three spots after receiving no points from the Slovenian club. Likewise, the absence of points for the United Kingdom and Finland means they both drop down a bit.

The points from OGAE Slovenia mean Romania has now received some love, picking up two points. So far, 13 countries have received points, leaving 27 countries on zero points – for now.

The current overall scoreboard aligns with the present betting odds. Eight out of ten countries in the current OGAE 2022 poll’s top ten coincide with the top ten of various betting houses.

  • 1. Italy – 24 points
  • 2. Sweden – 16 points
  • 3. Poland – 13 points
  • 4. Spain – 10 points
  • (=) Serbia – 10 points
  • 6. France – 8 points
  • (=) The Netherlands – 8 points
  • 8. Norway – 7 points
  • (=) United Kingdom – 7 points
  • 10. Ukraine – 4 points
  • (=) Finland – 4 points
  • 12. Austria – 3 points
  • 13. Romania – 2 points

Countries that are not listed are yet to receive any points from the voting clubs.

Over the next few weeks, the remaining OGAE groups will announce their points to determine their Eurovision winner. Stay tuned, because by the end of April we will know which singer and song is this year’s fan favourite to win Eurovision 2022.

So far, only two clubs have released their votes. This means that there are 41 other clubs that will reveal their votes soon, so everything can change!

What do you think? Do you agree with OGAE Slovenia’s voting? Let us know in the comment section below!

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Pearli
Pearli
2 months ago

I’m waiting for Poland to flop in May.

Mariah
Mariah
2 months ago
Reply to  Pearli

Not gonna happen, dear. Try again.

ESC Commentator
ESC Commentator
2 months ago
Reply to  Pearli

Sorry Sweety, won’t happen! Poland will slay this year:)

Nils
Nils
2 months ago

lol, yes 😀

Paul
Paul
2 months ago

No points for Greece, neither for UK and… Belgium. Points for Romania but not for Belgium… I can not get it… You have a cheap taste Slovenia. And no taste for quality. And look to what Slovenia has been sending to the Eurovision for the last couple of years: dull songs. Slovenia ’22 will be again at the bottom of the ranking. Bye Slovenia.

ALESSIO MILANO
ALESSIO MILANO
2 months ago
the winner is not in the polls .... remember this
Sometimes
Sometimes
2 months ago

Greece OGAE poll results is out too, they gave 12 poins to Spain

Lorena
Lorena
2 months ago
Reply to  Sometimes

Real Greece jury or televote would never do that hahaha, 12 points are reserved to Cyprus.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
2 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

If Cyprus makes it to the final.

Sometimes
Sometimes
2 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

Yeah, very true
OGAE Greece gave 6 points to Cyprus, so still quite high in list.but not 12 points at least.

Mike
Mike
2 months ago

If Italy wins the ogae polls, then they sure won’t win the real thing. It’s like a curse or something

Denis
Denis
2 months ago
Reply to  Mike

Whoever wins OGAE probably won’t win. Only like 5 OGAE winners have gone on to be actual winners. So bet your money outside Italy..

Helene
Helene
2 months ago
Reply to  Denis

However, usually the winner is in top 10.

Tom
Tom
2 months ago

Poland for the win please. That would be Amazing.

ESCxQueen
ESCxQueen
2 months ago

I will never understand why Poland is always overrated, never!

Victoria
Victoria
2 months ago
Reply to  ESCxQueen

Remember last Year?

Kinga
Kinga
2 months ago
Reply to  ESCxQueen

Always mean every year or song “River”?

Fatima
Fatima
2 months ago
Reply to  Kinga

Like the mighty river flowing from the stream?

Mark
Mark
2 months ago

The fans have no taste. Remember when no OGAE clubs voted for Kate Miller-Heidke and then she went on to win her semi final.

Serena00
Serena00
2 months ago
Reply to  Mark

Yeah, also Malta won OGAE voting last year and Italy was 8th ?

Lorena
Lorena
2 months ago
Reply to  Mark

Plus two years overrating Cyprus in a row… and many years overrating Sweden.

Polegend Godnova
2 months ago

good to know they’re alive ! i was fearing for the ogays after france dropped their points and then we got no updates for 10 days. i hope they don’t do that nonsensical voting like last year where they bulk revealed half of the clubs’ points on the last day, no need to try so hard to imitate the eurovision’s voting when there’s no juries/televoting split whatsoever here. also love to see serbia getting 10 !

Kuro Win
2 months ago

Surprised to see France this high. Cannot wait to see them in Turin

Im so fab
Im so fab
2 months ago

Watch poland ruining their live performance and getting a 15th place at max…

Andrew
Andrew
2 months ago
Reply to  Im so fab

This assumption is on the basis that they’ll qualify so you must think they’re good enough. Bit of a stupid comment really

Tom
Tom
2 months ago
Reply to  Im so fab

Totalny stupid comment

sam
sam
2 months ago

serbia better not be underrated by the ogays this year because if this is a fair unbiased voting then konstrakta is the obvious winner. slovenia knows art when they hear it clearly

Lorena
Lorena
2 months ago

I can’t believe they gave so many points to France and no points to the UK.

Pete
Pete
2 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

Why you can’t believe?

Lorena
Lorena
2 months ago
Reply to  Pete

Because the UK is far better

Andrew
Andrew
2 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

Exactly. Some hardcore fans won’t like the UK being so good this year, which is quite amusing

Pete
Pete
2 months ago
Reply to  Pete

I don’t like UK song at all. So, you’re trying to tell me that my opinion is not valid just because it’s different from yours?

Andrew
Andrew
2 months ago
Reply to  Pete

Basically yes

Polegend Godnova
2 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

i can believe it tbh

Pachaz
Pachaz
2 months ago

Goof for France ! Definitly the dark horse of this competition

Polegend Godnova
2 months ago
Reply to  Pachaz

i think they have a huge televote success on lock. i’d love to see france in the top 5 once again.

Catriona
Catriona
2 months ago
Reply to  Pachaz

Not after that Israel Calling performance.

Mocky
Mocky
2 months ago

Great slovenian taste ??

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
2 months ago

Can someone explain to me exactly what OGAE is please?

Azuro
Azuro
2 months ago
Reply to  Sir Stevia

Or how to pronounce it

Ukraine stan
Ukraine stan
2 months ago
Reply to  Azuro

I’ve heard three pronounciations from OGAE members, “Oh-guy”, “O-G-A-E” , and “Oh-gay”

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
2 months ago
Reply to  Azuro

I always pronounced it “Owg” in my head lmaoooo. IDK why.

Ukraine stan
Ukraine stan
2 months ago
Reply to  Sir Stevia

It’s an organisation of eurovision fans that hosts fan contests, organises eurovision-related events and has voted in a few nf:s

Kinga
Kinga
2 months ago
Reply to  Ukraine stan

As far as remember fans are paying for the membership, right?

Arby
Arby
2 months ago
Reply to  Kinga

Yes we pay for our membership 🙂

Polegend Godnova
2 months ago
Reply to  Kinga

there’s a yearly quota. but the number of members seems to shrink every year, these clubs will be extinct in a few years. is anyone even under the age of 40 in there ?

Denis
Denis
2 months ago
Reply to  Sir Stevia

OGAE is association of official ESC fanclubs around the world. They organise trips to national selections, support their country’s representative, organise trips to the ESC, sometimes work with the broadcaster or take part in other countries voting.
Every year they have a voting for favourite song in the contest and this is the result of that. They also organise the Second chance Contest, where songs from national selections compete

Sir Stevia
Sir Stevia
2 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Gotcha. Thanks.

Jonas
Jonas
2 months ago
Reply to  Sir Stevia

I think it exists from a time before the internet, when there was no Wiwi for people to get their Eurovision news.

Tom
Tom
2 months ago
Reply to  Sir Stevia

Its Ogay..