OGAE Eurovision 2023 Poll Results Revealed

42 fan clubs all over the world have cast their votes in the annual OGAE poll.
A total of 4,853 people voted in the poll, while the voters couldn’t vote for their own country.
The full results are:


  • Sweden‘s Loreen is the winner of the poll, picking up a total of 423 points
  • Finland is the runner-up, 29 points behind the winner.
  • 8 countries haven’t received any points and these are:
    1. Iceland
    2. Denmark
    3. Ireland
    4. Ukraine
    5. Latvia
    6. Romania
    7. San Marino
    8. Albania
  • 21 different fan clubs gave 12 points to Sweden:
    1. Albania
    2. Armenia
    3. Azerbiajan
    4. Belgium
    5. Cyprus
    6. Czech Republic
    7. Denmark
    8. Estonia
    9. France
    10. Greece
    11. Hungary
    12. Israel
    13. Latvia
    14. Lithuania
    15. Malta
    16. Poland
    17. Romania
    18. Slovenia
    19. Spain
    20. Turkey
    21. Ukraine
  • Italy has picked up 12 points from 14 different clubs.
  • The biggest OGAE club comes from the United Kingdom and includes 948 members!
  • If we follow the results, it seems that the 10 qualifiers from semi-final 1 will be:
    1. Sweden
    2. Finland
    3. Norway
    4. Czechia
    5. Israel
    6. Moldova
    7. Switzerland
    8. Serbia
    9. Portugal
    10. The Netherlands
  • If we follow the results, it seems that the 10 qualifiers from semi-final 2 will be:
    1. Austria
    2. Slovenia
    3. Belgium
    4. Cyprus
    5. Armenia
    6. Estonia
    7. Lithuania
    8. Australia
    9. Georgia
    10. Poland

Last year’s OGAE poll predicted Sweden as Eurovision 2022 winner.
However, Sweden ended in 4th place.
Meanwhile, the current Eurovision 2022 winner (Ukraine) ended up in 11th place in the poll!

Congrats Loreen on her win in the annual OGAE poll!
Might that be a hint of her success at Eurovision 2023?

Don’t forget to visit our full guide to Eurovision 2023: Our Eurovision 2023 homepage

Doron Lahav is 30-year-old, who lives in Israel. Doron has been watching the Eurovision Song Contest since early 2000s. Doron works as a Data Scientist and shows interest in singing and writing.

One Reply to “OGAE Eurovision 2023 Poll Results Revealed”

  1. Swedens song is bad though. Literaly just gained votes because it was from Sweden and because iw is Loreen.

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