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Eurovision 2017 results under the old system

photo: Farouk Vallette / http://concours-eurovision.fr / www.oikotimes.com

UKRAINE – For the second year in a row the new system of separating the jury votes from the public voting in the overall announcement and calculation, kept the audience in agony. But what if the old system was used? Let’s see the Grand Final results based on the previous Eurovision voting system. The winner would still have been Portugal and get the record of scores in the Eurovision history dropping Farytale from the top. Slight changes are occurred in the rankings of most countries but it is clear that Belarus and Greece could benefit from the old system ranking as 14th and 16th respectively. In the ugly drops we would have seen the UK from 15th to 18th position and Austria would turn out 23rd.

1 Portugal 417
2 Bulgaria 346
3 Sweden 227
4 Belgium 216
5 Moldova 210
6 Italy 174
7 Romania 115
8 Hungary 101
9 France 83
10 The Netherlands 78
11 Norway 72
12 Australia 60
13 Azerbaijan 52
14 Belarus 42
15 Croatia 40
16 Greece 39
17 Cyprus 37
18 United Kingdom 34
19 Israel 22
20 Armenia 21
21 Denmark 15
22 Poland 15
23 Austria 9
24 Ukraine 7
25 Germany 2
26 Spain 2
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