The annual Eurovision fan prediction poll – OGAE Poll 2022 – is well underway as five more clubs have revealed their points. Italy’s 12-point streak might have ended in the previous batch, but the Eurovision 2022 host country continues to dominate the scoreboard. Italy has consistently kept its first spot since the OGAE Poll 2022 started.

If there was any danger Italy would fall from the top spot, the new batch of points do not indicate it. Both OGAE Bulgaria and Norway have awarded their douze points to Italy’s Mahmood and Blanco. Both fan clubs also have given their ten points to Sweden’s Cornelia Jakobs. However, Bulgaria has awarded its eight points to Albania, while Norway sent them to the United Kingdom.

On the other hand, the OGAE clubs from Italy, Croatia and Turkey don’t follow the same alignment. Italy’s precious douze points naturally couldn’t go to themselves, so instead they have gone to France’s Alvan & Ahez – their first top score of the 2022 poll. Ten points went to the United Kingdom’s Sam Ryder and eight points have gone to the Netherland’s S10.

Instead, OGAE Croatia and Tureky have given their top scores to Spain’s Chanel. Croatia followed with ten and eight points to Italy’s Mahmood & Blanco and Serbia’s Konstrakta respectively. Meanwhile, Turkey showed some love to Italy and Sweden for their other medal places.

OGAE Poll 2022 – latest votes

Votes from OGAE Bulgaria

  • Italy – 12 points
  • Sweden – 10 points
  • Albania – 8 points
  • The Netherlands – 7 points
  • France – 6 points
  • Austria – 5 points
  • Spain – 4 points
  • Norway – 3 points
  • Greece – 2 points
  • Lithuania – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Norway

  • Italy – 12 points
  • Sweden – 10 points
  • United Kingdom – 8 points
  • France – 7 points
  • Moldova – 6 points
  • Czech Republic – 5 points
  • Albania – 4 points
  • Austria – 3 votes
  • Greece – 2 votes
  • The Netherlands – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Italy

  • France – 12 points
  • United Kingdom – 10 points
  • The Netherlands – 8 points
  • Poland – 7 points
  • Sweden – 6 points
  • Ukraine – 5 points
  • Spain – 4 points
  • Finland – 3 votes
  • Australia – 2 votes
  • Norway – 1 point

Votes from OGAE Croatia

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

Votes from OGAE Turkey

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

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

There has been no changes to the top three, as Italy, Sweden and Spain continue racing to take the OGAE Poll 2022 trophy. However, Sweden keeps pressuring Italy and the difference between both nations remains tight. Spain sits comfortably in third place, with over a 20 point lead on fourth placed Netherlands.

Aside from Italy and Sweden, if there’s another country that has benefited the most from this new batch of votes, it has been Albania’s Ronela Hajati. The country has jumped from 16th place to tenth after the latest five votes. France has also leaped up from 12th place, now knocking on the door of the top five and sitting in sixth place.

On the flip side of the coin, the points that Ukraine and Finland obtained from this batch have not been enough to keep their spots in the top ten. Instead, the top ten is Completed by Poland, Cyprus and Norway.

In these latest five sets of votes, Lithuania, Moldova and Czech Republic have all obtained their first points in the 2022 OGAE Poll. Thus, 23 countries have now received points and 17 more are yet to receive any.

OGAE Poll 2022 leaderboard – 14 April

  • 1. Italy – 89 points
  • 2. Sweden – 84 points
  • 3. Spain – 72 points
  • 4. The Netherlands – 46 points
  • 5. United Kingdom – 43 points
  • 6. France – 38 points
  • 7. Poland – 31 points
  • 8. Norway – 24 points
  • (=) Cyprus – 24 points
  • 10. Albania – 22 points
  • 11. Ukraine – 18 points
  • (=) Serbia – 18 points
  • 13. Austria – 15 points
  • 14. Finland – 14 points
  • 15. Greece – 12 points
  • 16. Estonia – 9 points
  • 17. Moldova – 6 points
  • 18. Czech Republic – 5 points
  • 19. Australia – 3 points
  • 20. Belgium – 2 points
  • (=) Germany – 2 points
  • (=) Romania – 2 points
  • 23. Lithuania – 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 we will soon know which singer and song is this year’s fan favourite to win Eurovision 2022.

So far, only ten clubs have released their votes. This means that there are 33 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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Catriona
Catriona
3 months ago

Spain’s ranking is astonishing to me. This feels like one of the biggest fan flops in history. Glad the UK is doing so well for s change. Ukraine, Czech Republic and Estonia should be higher. And Portugal not being on the board is insane.

Im so fab
Im so fab
3 months ago
Reply to  Catriona

I literally disagree with everything you said.

Andrew
Andrew
3 months ago
Reply to  Catriona

Agree with the Spain comment. It 100% isn’t going to do very well with the juries or the public. She seems sweet though.

Ignonito
Ignonito
3 months ago

Personally I don’t like Italy at all. I don’t understand why people like. But ok would be interesting if they win again but ok. Sweden, I like it but not enough for me to say that is winner potential. Still Sweden winning would be ok its a good song but uhhhh.

John
John
3 months ago
Reply to  Ignonito

I always like italy and even though italys entry is good i thought IRAMA song was better. Spain is a disappointment for me with dancing

Sos
Sos
3 months ago
Reply to  John

I usually don’t like Irama’s songs and love Mahmood’s songs, but I agree with you

Sos
Sos
3 months ago
Reply to  Ignonito

I’m Italian so I will talk only about Sweden (because I really like Brividi lol). Anyway I agree with you, the Sweden’s one is a good song but I think that it’s weaker than other countries this year and I don’t see a winner at all. (Like Italy, Sweden is a little bit overrated every year, even if they send good songs)

Mike Gox
Mike Gox
3 months ago

I feel it’s going to be Spain, Sweden and Ukraine for 1-3.
Italy, UK and Netherlands for 4-6.

Kredential
Kredential
3 months ago

Happy to see Albania is finally getting the recognition it deserves. People are really underrating this, if the staging is on point and the vocals are good it’s a strong contender for a top 10 finish.

Meanwhile Lithuania continues to be underrated which is a shame

Doris
Doris
3 months ago

OGAE as usual = Awful top 3

Grft
Grft
3 months ago

France is doing surprisingly well. Dark horse of this ESC I think.

Helene
Helene
3 months ago
Reply to  Grft

If it is doing well in polls and lists and so forth it is not a dark hourse .

Helene
Helene
3 months ago

Do you know if this is the first time that the ogae poll doesn’t have the number one in the betting in its top ten? What do you think will happen with Ukraine? Is it the betting or the OGaE that is far off?

Jghtl
3 months ago
Reply to  Helene

Ogae

Helene
Helene
3 months ago
Reply to  Jghtl

Usually the winner of Eurovision is in the OGE’s top ten. So maybe this is an exception.

Kaija
Kaija
3 months ago
Reply to  Helene

It is not betting, it is Eurovision fans who have joined OGAE voting for their favorites. It is the same as any YouTube chart of combined tops and MES app.

Kuro Win
3 months ago

Spain will be the biggest flop in history just after Malta last year. She sells the song very well but lyrically there’s nothing

Mikael
3 months ago
Reply to  Kuro Win

I think you could be right. Even if I don’t think people in general care much about lyrics.

Lily
Lily
3 months ago
Reply to  Kuro Win

I don’t know, actually. Last year Malta’s problem was the performance, not the song. Here the performance is very good, so it is not neccessarily a flop)

Helene
Helene
3 months ago
Reply to  Lily

Last year malta felt fake. The problem with Spain is that the song is not that good, the lyrics are rubbish and the whole concept feels very outdated. A woman dancing sexy with som dancers sourroungung her. Well it is not that interesting. The strength is that she sells it so well. But the other three are at least for me over whelming the last one.

Kuro Win
3 months ago
Reply to  Helene

I agree with you Lily on the performance but that’s the only memorable thing about the song, it’s the dance break.

Julius Cesar
3 months ago
Reply to  Helene

Envy! She will win!!! Maybe you can sing AND dance like her!!!? She’s the perfecto balance of a nice song AND performance! She’ll be a Miller on staff!!! Madrid or Barcelona 2023!!!

Kuro Win
3 months ago
Reply to  Julius Cesar

I dont envy anyone lol i dont know her. I’m just giving my opinion about the song

Kaija
Kaija
3 months ago
Reply to  Kuro Win

Fuego was about “nothing” as well and got 2nd place by having an amazing performance.

Mark wood
3 months ago
Reply to  Kaija

Hmm. But this Spanish song is nowhere near the quality of fuego

Andrew
Andrew
3 months ago
Reply to  Kaija

Fuego, and the performance, was a different league

Frank Arthur
Frank Arthur
3 months ago

nice to see Spain again high,clear favorite this year,like also Italy,U.K.,Poland

Mikael
3 months ago

This would be my Horrorvision 2022 running order on May 14th in terms of my least favorite ten songs qualifying from the semi, and my favorite songs from that bunch being given the worst startpositions in the final:
HORRORVISION 2022

Netherlands
United Kingdom
Croatia
Montenegro
Australia
North Macedonia
Cypern
Latvia
Italien
Germany
Albania
Moldova
France
Ukraine
Malta
Austria
Israel
Ireland
Bulgarien
Finland
Denmark
SAN Marino
Spain
Romania
Greece

WannaEatMySpaghetti
WannaEatMySpaghetti
3 months ago
Reply to  Mikael

Why would you think of a Horrorvision? 😐 Do you have too much time in your life? If so give me some because I don’t.
Jokes aside, I’m surprised to see some countries like Ukraine, The Netherlands, Greece and Albania in your horror final. Means there are not in your top 7 of SF1. This is what I call unpopular opinion for this year but I totally respect it.

Mikael
3 months ago

I just thought it would be fun to see the worst possible scenario on print. We each have our own favorites and not so much favorites. But many people got upset. ????? Well my own country is also there, we have a very bland song. ? I like Ukraine and the Netherlands from semi1. So even in my horrorvision of 2022 some songs I like will go through to the final. And as I like most of the big five entries this year of course there are bond to be songs that I like listening to in the final. I… Read more »

drift hunters
3 months ago

There has been no changes to the top three, as Italy, Sweden and Spain continue racing to take the OGAE Poll 2022 trophy. 

ESCFanGA
ESCFanGA
3 months ago

I’m quite surprised Portugal hasn’t received a single point yet given how much Eurofans seem to love that song. Same could be said on a lesser degree for Ireland, which isn’t as hyped as Portugal but did receive a positive reception from Eurofans as well.

Lambert
Lambert
3 months ago
Reply to  ESCFanGA

Agree regarding Portugal. Such a pleasant song. Was looking for them, but not a single point. For Ireland I couldn’t care less.

Miss guilty pleasure Georgia in the current ranking.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
3 months ago

I think Serbia will win this year

Paul
Paul
3 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Good for you!

Andi
Andi
3 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

Would be fine for me. 🙂

Andrew
3 months ago

Omg sweden she sounds like she has swallowed a load of razorsblades ok song dreadful voice probably win tho I think it’s going that way

Laburnum
Laburnum
3 months ago
Reply to  Andrew

I really like the raspiness to her voice, adds to the heartbreak of the song. Singing doesn’t always need to beautiful, it can really sell the story of the song. Kinda reminds me of You Oughta Know by Alanis Morrisette in terms of vocals.

Eurovision2016>
Eurovision2016>
3 months ago

People do know that there’s a jury that will very likely make albania not qualify right? You know already that some eurofans will be flabbergasted thinking that this is something corrupt when in reality it’s pretty obvious but eurofans always like to make at least a couple non qualifiers each eurovision as if they were certain qualifiers that somehow didn’t qualify a la croatia 2021 armenia 2019 estonia 2017 etc.

Eurovision2016>
Eurovision2016>
3 months ago

Serbia as well.

Eurovision2016>
Eurovision2016>
3 months ago

I think Italy Sweden Greece Australia and Malta Switzerland and Poland will compete for top five in the jury.
Ukraine Italy Greece Sweden Cyprus and Spain compete for top five in televote.
Overall the most likely winners would be Italy Greece and Sweden.

Marcin
Marcin
3 months ago

Exactly that’s why I see Croatia qualifying over Albania. Calling Albania a sure qualifier is a mistake.

Eurovision2016>
Eurovision2016>
3 months ago
Reply to  Marcin

Yes mate for sure! I think croatia has a really nice hook and it’s got a good running order.

Denis
Denis
3 months ago

I think Albania could make it and I do think it’s more jury friendly than previous entries.

Henry
Henry
3 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Albania may win, a hurricane of a bop. The only thing that can stop her is maybe a quality ballad like Poland or Azerbaijan. Otherwise she is an obvious frontrunner. Don’t be fooled by the odds, I think they can be easily manipulated in someone’s interest.

Eurovision2016>
Eurovision2016>
3 months ago
Reply to  Henry

You’re quite literally proving my point mate.

Polegend Godnova
3 months ago
Reply to  Henry

azerbaijan and quality ballad in the same sentence… aurkay

Polegend Godnova
3 months ago

it’s time to debunk this idea that juries only vote for vocal showoffs and will discard anything remotely fun and upbeat

Sabrina
Sabrina
3 months ago

The albanian singer is one of the best of the pack, there aren’t much bop’s to go for the only thing where it can go wrong is with the staging plus it’s according to me in the weaker semi final so i don’t see actually a problem for albania to qualify just because you don’t like a song it means it will fail last year was full of female bop songs and that’s one of the reasons why croatia failed to qualify

Bernard
Bernard
3 months ago

Makka baya, makka baya, the stage will be on FAYA!!

I will never regret … voting for Albania!
Neither will you! ?

Go Ronela!