The next batch of results are in for the 2022 OGAE Poll, where fans across Europe (and the rest of the world) get to vote for their favourite Eurovision act of this year’s contest. Three more clubs have spoken, and their results have put an end to Italy’s early 12-points streak.

Instead, both OGAE Greece and OGAE Albania rewarded Spain’s Chanel their douze points, the first top scores of this season to the Iberian nation. Italy’s Mahmood and Blanco didn’t go away empty handed, though, with OGAE Greece giving the duo their ten points. Meanwhile, eight points went to Sweden’s Cornelia Jakobs.

OGAE Albania’s other top votes showed more love for southern Europe. The country gave ten points to Cyrpus’s Ela Andromache and eight points to Greece’s Amanda Tenfjord.

On the other hand, OGAE Latvia gave its 12 points to Sweden’s Cornelia Jakobs, her first top score of the 2022 poll. Ten points then went to Italy’s emotional ballad “Brividi”, while eight points went int the direction of Norway’s Subwoolfer and their memorable entry “Give That Wolf a Banana.”

OGAE Poll 2022 – latest votes

Votes from OGAE Greece

  • Spain – 12 points
  • Italy – 10 points
  • Sweden – 8 points
  • Finland – 7 points
  • Cyprus – 6 points
  • United Kingdom – 5 points
  • Albania – 4 points
  • The Netherlands – 3 points
  • Poland – 2 points
  • France – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Latvia

  • Sweden – 12 points
  • Italy – 10 points
  • Norway – 8 points
  • Estonia – 7 points
  • Spain – 6 points
  • Ukraine -5 points
  • Austria – 4 points
  • United Kingdom – 3 points
  • Germany – 2 points
  • Australia – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Albania

  • Spain – 12 points
  • Cyprus – 10 points
  • Greece – 8 points
  • The Netherlands – 7 points
  • Sweden – 6 points
  • Poland – 5 points
  • Ukraine – 4 points
  • Italy – 3 points
  • Belgium – 2 points
  • United Kingdom – 1 point

How do these votes change the overall OGAE Poll 2022 scoreboard?

Despite not getting any 12 points in this set of votes, Italy remains untouched in first place. However, the country’s margin has reduced to just a few points as Sweden pressures to take the lead

Spain resurges as a contender by strongly jumping into the top three. Chanel and her booty-hypnotic “SloMo” are now just two points behind Sweden, meaning this a tight fight at the top.

Outside of the top three, there has been new additions to the top ten. This includes Cyprus, who obtained their first points from Greece and Albania, as well as Finland, who makes a small comeback to now sit in tenth place. Poland, Netherlands, United Kingdom and Ukraine remain inside the top ten.

On the other hand, the absence of points for Serbia has left Konstrakta and her unique “In Corpore Sano” drifting outside of the top ten. France has also seen a drop from sixth to 12th.

In these latest three sets of votes, Cyprus, Greece, Estonia, Albania, Belgium, Germany and Australia have all obtained their first points in the 2022 OGAE Poll. Thus, 20 countries have now received points and 20 more are yet to receive any.

OGAE Poll 2022 leaderboard – 9 April

  • 1. Italy – 47 points
  • 2. Sweden – 42 points
  • 3. Spain – 40 points
  • 4. Poland – 20 points
  • 5. The Netherlands – 18 points
  • 6. United Kingdom – 16 points
  • (=) Cyprus – 16 points
  • 8. Norway – 15 points
  • 9. Ukraine – 13 points
  • 10. Finland – 11 points
  • 11. Serbia – 10 points
  • 12. France – 9 points
  • 13. Greece – 8 points
  • 14. Austria – 7 points
  • (=) Estonia – 7 points
  • 16. Albania – 4 points
  • 17. Belgium – 2 points
  • (=) Germany – 2 points
  • (=) Romania – 2 points
  • 20. Australia – 1 point

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 five clubs have released their votes. This means that there are 38 other clubs that will reveal their votes soon, so everything can change!

What do you think? Do you agree with the current leaderboard? Who would you give your points to? Let us know in the comment section below!

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Mocky
Mocky
5 months ago

Off topic question, does someone know why Brividi official video isn’t on YT anymore?

Frysk
Frysk
5 months ago

Lot of potential winners, but I just don’t understand Sweden> She has a horrible voice…

Denis
Denis
5 months ago
Reply to  Frysk

It is horrible only if you expect every voice to sound polished and flawless. Bonnie Tyler and Miley Cyrus has the same rasp, would you call them horrible?

Trocatroc
Trocatroc
5 months ago

It’s very exciting that the UK is in the top 10 so far. Regardless of the results come May, it means fans are enjoying Sam’s song. It’s so nice that we are taking the competition seriously this year.

Asmilde
5 months ago

loser NUMBER #1 CHANEL

Sos
Sos
5 months ago

I like Sweden this year but I think that it’s a little bit overrated. I think that this year there are a lot of good songs underrated like Croatia, Estonia, Portugal and Czech Republic.
Anyway in my top 5 I have Norway, Italy, Poland and Finland.

Vicky
Vicky
5 months ago

Odds and OGAE are so out of touch this year…….Unbelievable.

Bandido
Bandido
5 months ago
Reply to  Vicky

Isn’t they always..partly?

Devito
5 months ago

Okay, people should remember OGAE voting must be taken with a grain of salt. This organisation is just a group of fans like you and me. Moreso, the majority of OGAE members are way above 30 and that is important to note as the youngsters are the most active voters + they are really the ones who will re-play your song over and over again on streaming platforms. I am starting to think that the Swedish victory is much more likely to happen than ever. Honestly, at this very sentimental moment, I would be glad with Cornelia’s triumph. It would… Read more »

Midnight Gold
Midnight Gold
5 months ago
Reply to  Devito

Norway is never finishing top 10 with the juries, Australia is never finishing top 10 with the televoters, save your bets cause they’re not even in that conversation…

Devito
5 months ago
Reply to  Midnight Gold

And that is, dear, why Eurovision is so fun. You think your taste is the true indicator of what is going to win, but there are about 200M viewers who take the same argument and vote on their preferences as they believe what is right. You may not believe in Norway or Australia – todo bien, I do not believe in France reaching TOP-10 or Switzerland qualifying to the final even though they’re 13th in the betting odds for the win at the moment. That is fine, that is what keeps the show exciting, that uncertainty. There is no need… Read more »

Pearli
Pearli
5 months ago
Reply to  Midnight Gold

Wow. A confident psychic is here. I bet your life is easy right?

Andrew
Andrew
5 months ago
Reply to  Devito

Wow have a lie down! You seem way off the mark tbh. And lol to you implying that over 30 is old

Devito
5 months ago
Reply to  Andrew

Again, you are entitled to have your opinion – feel free to. I do believe I have the right to have my opinion and observations and share it as well. What is way off the mark is you telling me what to do. I ain’t your boyfriend, you ain’t tell me what to do. We are not in a bed roleplay, geeez. As for the age, I did not imply people over 30 being old, I said people under 30 are youngsters and Cambridge vocabulary describe it as: “a young person, usually an older child: The scheme is for youngsters… Read more »

Andrew
Andrew
5 months ago
Reply to  Devito

Are you high?

XAN
XAN
5 months ago

I have a question :
is the spanish song actually ranking in the spanish charts
or is it only hyped by the Euroviosion bubble?

Helene
Helene
5 months ago
Reply to  XAN

No it is not in the Spanish charts at all, and it is not Pleasanton to listen to so I am not surpriced. The songs that have been most popular in their winning countries are, Cornelia Jacobs in Sweden number one in the charts for several weeks and the Brividi in Italy, moreover Norway have had the banana song in their chart but not at number one I believe, the Rasmus in Finland have also reached their charts and de diepe is currently number five in Netherlands. I think the Latvian song also been on their charts but I am… Read more »

XAN
XAN
5 months ago
Reply to  Helene

THANKS

kohen
kohen
5 months ago

don’t know what y’all think, but zero points for Portugal is a crime…

Helene
Helene
5 months ago

My prediction so far is that Spain and Sweden might win the televote. Spain will receive more points from eastern och southern part of Europe and Sweden more from the north. I think Poland also will get some love from the televotes. Italy will win the juries and maybe Netherlands will get a lot of votes from them as well. Ukraine will also get a lot of votes from both. So who will be the winner? Depends on whether the televoters also will give Italy a lot of points, or if Sweden or Spain will flop with the juries. If… Read more »

Lorena
Lorena
5 months ago
Reply to  Helene

I think that the UK may get lots of jury votes, Sam’s voice and performances are incredible. Sweden will get lots of jury votes as well (as they do every year, no matter what). Unfortunately, I doubt Spain will get lots of jury votes. So, for me, jurys will be mostly for: Sweden, UK, Ukraine and Italy. Whereas, televoting: I expect lots of televotes for Spain, Ukraine and Norway. As a fourth country, I would say UK. Space man sounds very very British and British music is a superpower all around the world. I put it fourth only because I… Read more »

Denis
Denis
5 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

I cant see Ukraine doing well with juries. It is not a jury friendly song. Rap never works. If Ukraine is not top 5 after jury voting they will not win. Sweden I think will do well with both groups , I really do. But I also can see it not reaching top 10. UK sounds British but so did James Newman

Lorena
Lorena
5 months ago
Reply to  Denis

James Newman’2 2020 song was OK, but with Embers, there was nothing to do…

Helene
Helene
5 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

I do think Sweden will have more votes with the public. Last year i think Sweden had more televotes than juries. So it is not a fixad rule that Sweden get more votes with the juries it dromedar on the song. But who knows. I dont think the UK will win neither the jury or the public . Only with spectacuksr staging they have a chance. The song is not strong enough. The juries also judges the song. Poland have more chance, and Italy. Italy is not a rap song according to me it is an emotionell ballad well sung… Read more »

Denis
Denis
5 months ago
Reply to  Helene

I do also think Sweden will get many televotes. It is something new, not as safe. But I also can see it not doing as well as expected..
But that is why I love it and why I voted for her to win..

Matt
Matt
5 months ago

So Latvia thinks Germany is better than Greece HAHAHA I CANT WHO IS VOTING HERE DEAF PPL?

Gurl
Gurl
5 months ago

At this point Sweden, Spain, Italy, UK and Ukraine are the front runners this year. I’d personally go for Spain or the UK.

Lorena
Lorena
5 months ago
Reply to  Gurl

My favourites too, together with the Netherlands. I would also go for Spain or the UK.

Leo M
Leo M
5 months ago

Italy and Sweden I get, but I don’t get the hype for Spain.

NARKO
NARKO
5 months ago
Reply to  Leo M

It’s because of the performance meanwhile Sweden and Italy is more about the song. It’s maybe not gonna do as well as we think like Malta last year but it could also do a Switzerland 2019. The song is not the best and personnally I never really listen to the audio track and I think we are a lot in this case but the performance in itself is amazing and this is why it is that high. But OGAE doesn’t represent the final voting as we know

Mary M.
Mary M.
5 months ago

I knew that as soon as Chanel would get 12 points from any of these polls, everyone would come here to bash her and her “cheap” song … taste is subjective, for instance I love the UK (it’s my winner actually), and I see people constantly hating on that song but, it’s okay, people can like different things, there is no need to be rude (?) Also, aren’t these polls kind of useless? At least that is what most comments say on here so, there is no need to get worked up over them. Whoever wins this year will win… Read more »

Lorena
Lorena
5 months ago
Reply to  Mary M.

Well said! By the way, I am Spanish and my favourite is the UK also. I would not mind if Spain wins either, of course… 🙂

Ana
Ana
5 months ago

So.. Stefania is not a good song but this cheap pile of trash from Spain is? For real now. That’s what gives you the “feels” my dear music lovers?

Lorena
Lorena
5 months ago
Reply to  Ana

I don’t think you need insults to expose your opinion.

Ana
Ana
5 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

That’s not an insult, that’s the most accurate description of the piece that I could think of. Especially when comparing it with a song full of actual meaning.

Lorena
Lorena
5 months ago
Reply to  Ana

No insult, yeah, whatever…

NARKO
NARKO
5 months ago
Reply to  Ana

If you’re just searching for songs that has meaning that’s fine but not everybody is searching an essay! Sometimes we just want to have fun and to enjoy a good performance and performer and this is what SloMo is. Music is about feelings and sharing a moment with people but we don’t have to always take everything seriously. And also you can’t compare a ballad with a message and a pop-song radio track that has not an important meaning cause it’s not because I like a beautiful message that I can’t like a radio Spanish pop song too.

Ana
Ana
5 months ago
Reply to  NARKO

I was not comparing it to a ballad, there are plenty of fun songs that are not as dumb and empty as this. Shaking your as* and doing flip flops in the air to safe a mediocre tune is very 2018. Let’s leave it there.

12points
12points
5 months ago
Reply to  Ana

Spain literally has one of the best performers to ever come to eurovision, if not the best, and slo mo is so different from the other entries. Im tired of everyone thinking that if a song doesnt have some deep emotional message that it is less worthy.

Andrew
Andrew
5 months ago
Reply to  12points

Her performance is amazing but the actual song is not great

Ana
Ana
5 months ago
Reply to  12points

Too bad they send a great performer with such a trashy song. Thats a waste.

12points
12points
5 months ago
Reply to  Ana

Spain literally has one of the best performers to ever come to eurovision, if not the best one. And slo mo is a good quality song that is already doing good in spain and latin america

Rur
Rur
5 months ago
Reply to  Ana

how easy from here to call a song cheap and pile of trash ,you may need a mirror with that sweet mouth of you ,lol, you opinion is real trash for me and as cheap as can be, love the criteria you used to share you opinion my dear , of course my apologies to you as you have the answers for you dear music lovers , get a pil my love and tell us what you feel and how to as well lol ?

Ana
Ana
5 months ago
Reply to  Rur

I think you are the one who missed his pills today, your comment is all over the place.

Helene
Helene
5 months ago

The only countries so far that got points from all countries are Italy, Sweden and Spain. I think the winner might be naming these. But some of the others might be surprisingly good live. Then they will have a chance, like Poland, Netherlands and of course Ukraine. And I believe that one of the above three leading songs might flop. That also happens every year.

Polegend Godnova
5 months ago

seems like this vote will be a three horse race… and i’m so happy spain is one of the pureblood stallions of the situation !

Roodi
Roodi
5 months ago

What do you mean with that?

Nils
Nils
5 months ago
Reply to  Roodi

I’m afraid, he simply means he gets off when he sees Chanel.

Patrick
Patrick
5 months ago

When does the wiwi jury start?

Im so fab
Im so fab
5 months ago

I don’t understand, you post about OGAE voting but not about INFE voting. You should either inform us about both or none. The latter is preferred…

Polegend Godnova
5 months ago
Reply to  Im so fab

nobody cares about INFAD

Robert
Robert
5 months ago

Well Spain is my winner so I’m all for it! Italy, Netherlands, UK and Sweden make my top 5

Lorena
Lorena
5 months ago
Reply to  Robert

That’s my top 5 too! I just have my doubts to include Sweden or Ukraine, so I have to have a top 6 instead of a top 5. But, yes, those 6 songs are for me much higher than the rest this year… and all of them 6 could win and I’d be happy.

Lorena
Lorena
5 months ago
Reply to  Lorena

By the way, I just cannot believe myself I have 3 out of big 5 on my top.

Stephanie
Stephanie
5 months ago

Spain 3rd …. UNBELIEVABLE!!!

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
5 months ago

I’m actually surprised that the Latvian club did not award Lithuania any points. I thought they would support each other as fellow Baltic brothers

Žilvinas
Žilvinas
5 months ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

Maybe, but it’s a song contest after all

Railey
Railey
5 months ago

Good to see Spain getting some interest as well as Finland, who’ve both put more effort into their selections. Also surprising that Latvia didn’t award Lithuania even with one point, it seems like song that would be liked there.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
5 months ago

Someone takes OGAE seriously???

Kinga
5 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Not me

Im so fab
Im so fab
5 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Well… no.

Jo.
Jo.
5 months ago

ok, but show some love to lithuania pls

Midnight Gold
Midnight Gold
5 months ago

This is just an online poll so I’m not too bothered, but actually voting for the banana song in May means you’re treating the contest with contempt, you’re really doing a disservice to something you claim to care about. Please put personal taste aside and realize that Norway qualifying over any of Portugal, Lithuania or Iceland would be the complete opposite of what ESC should be promoting. Yeah, this all comes across a bit obnoxious on my part but it is what it is.

Denis
Denis
5 months ago
Reply to  Midnight Gold

Let people have fun, that is what ESC is about. If people want to vote for SubWoolfeer let them do it..
ESC is not as limited as you think it should be, its a place for all. There is an audience for Norway and it is a good fun song

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
5 months ago
Reply to  Midnight Gold

Comments like this.
I’ll keep this in mind when I give a vote to Norway in May.

Oy oy
Oy oy
5 months ago
Reply to  Midnight Gold

Well.. Subwoolfer’s song has become a national hit in Norway, most of the competing songs in this year’s contest aren’t in their own country. This actually shows that the song has made some kind of positive impact on alot of people. I think there are room for alot of total different entries in ESC. How boring wouldn’t ESC be with 39 Salvador Sobrals?

Henry
Henry
5 months ago

It’s interesting to watch how Russia’s guaranteed 200 points are being spread between other participants. I think the real Eurovision will have a much stronger TOP5 now (in terms of received amount of points). Also, this year might be the first time for Armenia to show the cracks in its long-standing policy of not awarding any points to Azerbaijan, given how competent and polished their entry is. Whatever happens, I really don’t want Ukraine to win, purely because of the front man’s behaviour: wrapping the vocalist into a rubbish bag and kicking him into the background, just to remain himself… Read more »

Jack
Jack
5 months ago

“I hate the OGAE polls”
-stans from countries who haven’t got points yet

Jake
Jake
5 months ago

OGAEs have become so predictable. And a bit out of step of what does well at Eurovision. God bless them.

Grft
Grft
5 months ago

I feel Spain is so overrated, wtf? She’s a good performer but the song is so average and sounds like it was released in 2010

Shemshem
Shemshem
5 months ago

Latvia no points for Poland, Greece 2 points, really?

Illi
Illi
5 months ago

OGAE being… OGAE.

Jamie
Jamie
5 months ago
Reply to  Illi

Has GAE in it for a reason.

Jonas
Jonas
5 months ago
Reply to  Jamie

What’s that supposed to mean?

Jamie
Jamie
5 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

What you think it means. That gays have poor taste in music and culture in general. Look what they are voting for. Either hot guys or bops. A sad sight.

Tobi with an I
Tobi with an I
5 months ago

Will there be Wiwi Jury this Year?

Andrei.ro
Andrei.ro
5 months ago

Top 3 here, but winner in Turin !

Marcin
Marcin
5 months ago

Second place is too high for Sweden.

Denis
Denis
5 months ago
Reply to  Marcin

And first is to high for Italy…
But it is what it is!

Doris
Doris
5 months ago

Greece not even in the top 10 ? what happened to OGAE betting odds standards ?