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ESC’3: Split Results Announced

 

Denmark Would Have Won Either Way
Denmark Would Have Won Either Way

The jury and public split for all of the shows has been announced this evening by the EBU. Here are the results for semi final 1 and 2 as well as the final. The first column is the result, 2nd is the country, 3rd is the points total, 4th is the average jury score and finally is the public average score. In brackets is the ranked result.

Semi Final 1:

1 Denmark 167 3,58 (1) 3,33 (1)
2 Russia 156 3,74 (2) 3,89 (2)
3 Ukraine 140 5,16 (4) 3,94 (3)
4 Moldova 95 4,32 (3) 8,28 (11)
5 Belgium 75 6,63 (7) 7,72 (7)
6 The Netherlands 75 6,42 (6) 7,94 (9)
7 Belarus 64 8,26 (9) 7,83 (8)
8 Ireland 54 9,26 (10) 7,61 (6)
9 Lithuania 53 9,37 (11) 7,44 (5)
10 Estonia 52 7,47 (8) 10,06 (13)
11 Serbia 46 10,95 (15) 8,39 (12)
12 Montenegro 41 10,16 (14) 7,33 (4)
13 Croatia 38 9,95 (13) 8,00 (10)
14 Austria 27 6,32 (5) 12,33 (15)
15 Cyprus 11 9,47 (12) 12,00 (14)
16 Slovenia 8 11,47 (16) 13,17 (16)

The major differences here are that under the jury vote Austria would have made it to the final instead of Lithuania. Whilst with the public Montenegro and Croatia would have qualified at the expense of Estonia and Moldova

Semi Final 2:

1 Azerbaijan 139 4,60 (2) 5,28 (3)
2 Greece 121 5,55 (3) 5,00 (2)
3 Norway 120 5,80 (4) 5,50 (4)
4 Malta 118 3,40 (1) 7,78 (7)
5 Romania 83 9,70 (13) 4,78 (1)
6 Iceland 72 7,40 (8) 8,61 (8)
7 Armenia 69 7,15 (7) 9,44 (11)
8 Hungary 66 8,55 (11) 8,39 (9)
9 Finland 64 7,05 (6) 8,89 (10)
10 Georgia 63 6,05 (5) 9,89 (13)
11 San Marino 47 8,40 (10) 9,47 (12)
12 Bulgaria 45 10,75 (17) 7,44 (6)
13 Switzerland 41 10,65 (16) 7,00 (5)
14 Israel 40 7,95 (9) 10,67 (14)
15 Albania 31 9,10 (12) 11,78 (15)
16 FYR Macedonia 28 9,75 (14) 12,22 (16)
17 Latvia 13 9,90 (15) 13,28 (17)

The major changes here are with the jury vote Israel and San Marino would have qualified instead of Romania and Hungary. Whilst with the public vote Bulgaria and Switzerland would have qualified instead of Armenia and Georgia.

Final:

1 Denmark 281 6,23 (1) 4,97 (1)
2 Azerbaijan 234 7,77 (2) 5,86 (3)
3 Ukraine 214 8,74 (6) 5,66 (2)
4 Norway 191 8,23 (4) 7,14 (6)
5 Russia 174 9,67 (10) 6,84 (5)
6 Greece 152 12,28 (14) 6,00 (4)
7 Italy 126 9,46 (8) 11,70 (10)
8 Malta 120 9,54 (9) 10,97 (9)
9 The Netherlands 114 9,05 (7) 11,70 (11)
10 Hungary 84 15,59 (21) 8,19 (8)
11 Moldova 71 8,69 (5) 16,57 (19)
12 Belgium 71 9,92 (11) 16,03 (17)
13 Romania 65 17,82 (24) 7,49 (7)
14 Sweden 62 8,05 (3) 16,19 (18)
15 Georgia 50 12,10 (13) 17,08 (23)
16 Belarus 48 16,15 (22) 14,11 (13)
17 Iceland 47 13,44 (17) 13,05 (12)
18 Armenia 41 14,44 (19) 15,11 (15)
19 United Kingdom 23 12,46 (15) 17,03 (22)
20 Estonia 19 13,41 (16) 19,59 (24)
21 Germany 18 15,44 (20) 15,81 (16)
22 Lithuania 17 17,95 (25) 16,73 (21)
23 France 14 10,95 (12) 21,68 (25)
24 Finland 13 13,77 (18) 16,68 (20)
25 Spain 8 19,64 (26) 22,92 (26)
26 Ireland 5 16,21 (23) 14,62 (14)

Okay so the biggest things to note are the changes between the jury and public. The jury would have had a top.15 of:

  1. Denmark (=)
  2. Azerbaijan (=)
  3. Sweden (+11)
  4. Norway (=)
  5. Moldova (+ 6)
  6. Ukraine (-3)
  7. Netherlands (+2)
  8. Italy (-1)
  9. Malta (-1)
  10. Russia (-5)
  11. Belgium (+1)
  12. France (+11)
  13. Georgia (+2)
  14. Greece (-8)
  15. United Kingdom (+4)

Whilst on the public vote you would have had a top.15 of:

  1. Denmark (=)
  2. Ukraine (+1)
  3. Azerbaijan (-1)
  4. Greece (+ 2)
  5. Russia (=)
  6. Norway (-2)
  7. Romania (+6)
  8. Hungary (+2)
  9. Malta (-1)
  10. Italy (-3)
  11. Netherlands (-2)
  12. Iceland (+5)
  13. Belarus (+3)
  14. Ireland (+12)
  15. Armenia (+3)

So that’s it, there would have been some big gains for Sweden and France with the jury and big falls for Greece and Russia. Whilst with the public the biggest gains would have been Ireland and Romania, but the biggest fallers would have been Moldova and Belgium.

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