GERMANY – 7.76 million people watched as Germany narrowly avoided it’s third last place finish in a row last night in Kyiv, Ukraine. Last night an average of 7.76 million viewers watched in Germany as Levina finished 25th with her song “Perfect life”. The viewing figures in Germany peaked at 9.3 million viewers. The average viewing figures for this years contest in Germany represent a fall of 1.57 million viewers over last years contest when Jamie-Lee represented her country with “Ghost”.
PORTUGAL – 57% of the country watched last night as Portugal were announced as the winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Around 2.5 million viewers were watching last night as Portugal won their first ever Eurovision Song Contest represented by Salvador Sobral and the song “Amar Pelos Dois”. As the trophy was handed over to Salvador Sobral 57% of the viewing audience in Portugal were watching. Over the course of the final an average of 1.4 million viewers across Portugal were watching, as Salvador ended a 53 years wait for Eurovision victory. A total of 1.8 million viewers were watching at 20:55 local time when Salvador Sobral took to the stage to perform.
SWEDEN – The number of viewers watching the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, fell by over 800,000 viewers compared to 2016.
CROATIA – In Croatia over 666,000 viewers watched the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 as Jacques Houdek performed “My Friend”.
ROMANIA – Almost 800,000 Romanians watched Saturday night at TVR 1 when Ilinca and Alex Florea were singing their song on stage Eurovision Song Contest 2017, TVR announced. The Final of Eurovision Song Contest 2017 was watched on average by 561,000 viewers (rating 3.1%, share 11%), placing TVR 1 on the second place In the national audience rankings. The show ranked first place in urban audience, with an average of 414,000 viewers (average rating 4.2%, average share 14.5 %). The Eurovision Grand Final ranked second on the commercial target (188,000 viewers, average rating of 4.1% and average market share of 15.5%). The most watched moment of Finale was recorded during when Romania was on stage (23.40), when no less than 807.000 Romanians watched the show of the two artists (rating 4.5%, share 15% nationwide).
GREECE – The Eurovision 2017 Grand Final reached 51,2% in the general audience in Greece, reaching up to 62.7% during the voting. In the aged 15-44 the rates were 54,8% reaching 66,3% during the voting. Last year the ratings were 31,3% in the general audience and 39,8% in the ages 15-44.
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