Split jury and televoting results announced

by Victor Hondal 36 views69

The European Broadcasting Union has just revealed the split jury and televoting results from the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. Both the viewers and the jurors agreed on the winning country Sweden and its entry Euphoria by Loreen.

 

1 to 8, 10 and 12 points were given by juries and televoters in each country, then combined, and the combined top 10 would determine the actual vote given by that respective country, whereas jury and televoting counted for 50% each.

After all results have been checked and verified by the EBU and PwC audit company, the split results by jury and televoting have been revealed.

RESULTS FROM THE FINAL

Country Combined Televote Jury vote
Place Points Place Points Place Points
Sweden 1 372 1 343 1 296
Russia 2 259 2 332 11 94
Serbia 3 214 3 211 2 173
Azerbaijan 4 150 5 151 8 118
Albania 5 146 8 106 3 157
Estonia 6 120 12 78 6 152
Turkey 7 112 4 176 22 50
Germany 8 110 6 125 10 98
Italy 9 101 17 56 4 157
Spain 10 97 18 45 5 154
Moldova 11 81 13 75 9 104
FYR Macedonia 12 71 11 79 17 69
Romania 13 71 7 117 20 53
Lithuania 14 70 14 68 14 82
Cyprus 15 65 15 63 12 85
Ukraine 16 65 20 37 7 125
Greece 17 64 9 89 18 60
Bosnia & Herzegovina 18 55 16 57 15 71
Iceland 19 46 19 39 19 53
Ireland 20 46 10 89 25 14
Malta 21 41 25 10 16 70
Denmark 22 21 23 18 21 51
France 23 21 26 0 13 85
Hungary 24 19 22 20 23 30
United Kingdom 25 12 21 36 26 11
Norway 26 7 24 16 24 24

The voters at home and the 42 professional juries agreed on the winner Loreen (Sweden) but considerably less on the next placings.

One of the biggest differences was between the placing of Russia – their entry placed second with the televoters but 11th in the eyes of the professional juries. All in all, the juries and the televoters agreed on 5 of the top 10 songs.

It is also worth mentioning that France got 0 points from the viewers at home and the United Kingdom came last in the jury vote. Italy and Spain made the top five if we take into consideration the jury vote alone.

As for the semifinals, the juries and the televoters both counted for 50% of the total outcome.

RESULTS FROM THE FIRST SEMIFINAL

Country Combined Televote Jury vote
Place Points Place Points Place Points
Russia 1 152 1 189 8 75
Albania 2 146 3 131 1 131
Romania 3 120 2 132 5 87
Greece 4 116 5 110 3 103
Moldova 5 100 7 85 2 107
Ireland 6 92 4 116 10 72
Cyprus 7 91 6 99 4 90
Iceland 8 75 8 79 11 70
Denmark 9 63 9 53 6 81
Hungary 10 52 11 39 7 76
Switzerland 11 45 10 49 13 45
Finland 12 41 12 36 12 57
Israel 13 33 16 16 9 72
San Marino 14 31 13 25 14 42
Montenegro 15 20 14 24 16 28
Latvia 16 17 15 18 18 17
Belgium 17 16 18 2 15 38
Austria 18 8 17 15 17 27

Note: Countries in bold qualified for the Final.

In the first semifinal, the clear winner of the televoting was Russia, while Albania received top points from the juries. Out of the ten qualifiers, the juries and the viewers agreed on 8.

 

RESULTS FROM THE SECOND SEMIFINAL

Country Combined Televote Jury vote
Place Points Place Points Place Points
Sweden 1 181 1 180 1 145
Serbia 2 159 2 148 2 141
Lithuania 3 104 3 128 10 55
Estonia 4 100 5 88 4 102
Turkey 5 80 4 114 13 42
Bosnia & Herzegovina 6 77 7 70 6 77
Malta 7 70 11 39 5 97
Ukraine 8 64 17 24 3 109
F.Y.R. Macedonia 9 53 8 63 9 58
Bulgaria 11 45 9 59 17 27
Norway 10 45 6 72 18 25
Croatia 12 42 14 34 7 66
Portugal 13 39 13 37 12 49
Georgia 14 36 18 15 8 62
Belarus 16 35 12 37 11 52
The Netherlands 15 35 10 51 16 31
Slovenia 17 31 16 27 14 40
Slovakia 18 22 15 32 15 40

Note: Countries in bold qualified for the Final.

As for the second semifinal, the televoters and the juries agreed on the eventual winner of this year’s contest, Sweden’s entry by Loreen.¬†Sweden had a clear lead in the televoting, while they just narrowly beat Serbia in the jury vote. Both parties agreed on 6 of the 10 qualifiers while two were put through to the Final thanks to the juries, and two were saved thanks to the televoters.

The Eurovision Song Contest 2013 preliminary dates are May 14th, 16th and 18th.

 

Source: eurovision.tv
Picture: eurovision.tv

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