Sweden: SVT reveals jury voting results

Erik Rapp

Erik Rapp represented Sweden at Junior Eurovision in 2011.

Swedish broadcaster SVT has revealed how their jury voted in Eurovision this year. The jury consisted of Ralf Gyllenhammar, Erik Rapp, Daniel Breitholtz, Karin Gunnarsson and Monika Starck.

Below you find the results of jury voting in the final. Each juror ranked the countries from 1 to 25 (as they can’t vote for their own country) – therefore the country which received the least points was the winner of jury voting (ranked as #1 = 1 point etc).

  1. Norway, 10 points
  2. Netherlands, 23
  3. Moldova, 24
  4. Belgium, 28
  5. Italy, 32
  6. Denmark, 36
  7. Russia, 39
  8. United Kingdom, 46
  9. Estonia, 54
  10. France, 57
  11. Iceland, 58
  12. Ireland, 62
  13. Germany, 64
  14. Romania, 66
  15. Azerbaijan, 69
  16. Ukraine, 77
  17. Armenia, 83
  18. Greece, 85
  19. Hungary, 87
  20. Malta, 92
  21. Finland, 92
  22. Georgia, 95
  23. Belarus, 111
  24. Spain, 116
  25. Lithuania, 119

After the televoting results were combined, points were given like this.

12 – Norway
10 – Denmark
8  - Netherlands
7 – Belgium
6 – Iceland
5 – Russia
4 – Romania
3 – Hungary
2 – Ireland
1 – United Kingdom

Semi-final one jury voting results are below. Again, the jury’s favorite received the least points in total. Sweden was one of the direct qualifiers and therefore could vote all 16 countries in the semi-final.

  1. Denmark, 17 points
  2. Russia, 18
  3. Moldova, 23
  4. Belgium, 24
  5. Netherlands, 27
  6. Montenegro, 38
  7. Austria, 39
  8. Estonia, 40
  9. Ukraine, 40
  10. Ireland, 41
  11. Serbia, 50
  12. Cyprus, 55
  13. Belarus, 57
  14. Croatia, 66
  15. Slovenia, 68
  16. Lithuania, 77

When the televotes were added, the points went to these countries.

12 – Denmark
10 – Russia
8 – Netherlands
7 – Belgium
6 – Estonia
5 – Moldova
4 – Serbia
3 – Ireland
2 – Montenegro
1 – Ukraine

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