ESC 2014 China Vote: Sweden wins by wide margin

5 May
China’s Poll for Eurovision 2014 has ended. We received 60 votes from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, a number much larger than 2012’s 29 and 2013’s 33, thanks to the increasing popularity of Eurovision and our sina weibo (twitter’s Chinese version) account and Baidu Postbar. Sweden wins our poll with 368 points, while Ireland follows with 192. The first 10 places are occupied by:
 
  1. – Sweden  368
  2. – Ireland 192
  3. – Montenegro 169
  4. – Spain 139
  5. – Norway 138
  6. – Switzerland 135
  7. – Azerbaijan 134
  8. – United Kingdom 133
  9. – Armenia 129
  10. – Denmark 127.
11th to 20th places:
 
11.- Romania  121
12.- Macedonia 109
13.- Russia 108
14.- Netherlands 105
15.- Ukraine 103
16.- Austria 99
17.- Slovenia 97
18.- Belgium 91
19.- Israel 84
20.- Greece 80
 
21st to 30th places:
 
21.- Iceland 79
22.- Poland 73
23.- Belarus 73
24.- Portugal 70
25.- Germany 68
26.- Italy 62
27.- France 61
28.- Estonia 54
29.- Finland 53
30.- San Marino 53
 
The last places:
31.- Albania 48
32.- Hungary 37
33.- Latvia 30
34.- Malta  25
35.- Lithuania 16
36.- Moldova 13
37.- Georgia  4
 
That means: Sweden and Spain become the only two countries that have been placed among Top 10 for 3 consecutive years.
 
This year, voters are allowed to modify their votes before deadline, as some songs may be growers and others may not. The majority of voters did not change their points at all, but some of them did (and one voter modified 4 times his vote). Countries like Austria, Macedonia, San Marino, etc. have had their points decreased. Their final points are lower than the maximum points they got some time during the voting process. Portugal once entered Top 10, but almost didn’t receive anything afterwards.
 
Chinese ESC Fans also voted for their favorite songs in 2012 and 2013, when Iceland and Denmark won respectively, while the runner-up was Sweden and Switzerland.

 

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