OGAE Poll 2016: Voting next is Lithuania

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Here at ESCToday, in collaboration with OGAE International, we will be bringing you the results of the annual fan club poll for the eighth year running, in which members from each OGAE club will vote for their favourite entries from each of the competing 2016 Eurovision Song Contest countries. Voting next is Lithuania.

OGAE Lithuania is next to vote in the OGAE International Poll 2016, giving their top points to Jamala from Ukraine. This is 1944‘s second set of 12 points in this year’s poll.

See the full top 10 entries as voted for by OGAE Lithuania.

OGAE Lithuania

  • 12 points go to… Ukraine
  • 10 points go to… Russia
  • 8 points go to… Bulgaria
  • 7 points go to… France
  • 6 points go to… Latvia
  • 5 points go to… Spain
  • 4 points go to… Hungary
  • 3 points go to… Australia
  • 2 points go to… Italy
  • 1 point goes to… Malta

OGAE International will publish the results of this year’s poll via their official website including a full ranking of the competing entries.

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  • MarioVision

    ~~ MALTA is now voted by the 2nd OGAE club.
    (after yesterday that Montenegro’s OGAE club was the first club to vote at last 4 Malta :) )
    ~~ ITALY keeps getting voted by the great majority of the OGAE clubs with getting another points.
    ~~ AUSTRALIA has been voted by ALL(except 1)the ogae clubs with getting another points
    ~~ HUNGARY is doing very good with getting another points
    ~~ SPAIN is doing great with getting another points
    ~~ LATVIA also does great with getting another points
    ~~ FRANCE ”only” gets points but still leads the race as 1st.
    ~~ BULGARIA is doing fantastic with getting another plenty points
    ~~ RUSSIA is ruling with getting points & cutting the gap from France to 11 points now.
    ~~ UKRAINE gets points by its 2nd OGAE club. Congrats.