24

As we did for the 26th and 25th positions recently, we’re today taking a look at all the 24th positions at the Eurovision Song Contest ever. With the dislocation of Yugoslavia and the fall of the Berlin wall, the western vision of a musical and cultural Europe through the EBU extended to the Urals. Though…

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2015 under the “negative voting” system

As mentioned for 2017 and 2016, our regular contributor Daniel Rhys Bowen had a bit of eurovision stats calculating geeky fun in his spare time and calculated what recent contest results would have turned out to be like, had a “negative voting” system been used (where 12 points would have been awarded to the least favourite song, then 10…

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25

As we did for the 26th position recently, we’re today taking a look at all the 25th positions at the Eurovision Song Contest ever. With the dislocation of Yugoslavia and the fall of the Berlin wall, the western vision of a musical and cultural Europe through the EBU extended to the Urals. Though 1994 would…

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26

As of today and in what seemingly seems to be for ever, Germany is the only country to have finished in the worst position ever at a Eurovision final (27) – with Australia joining that year. Above that position and since 2003 when Ukraine joined in what would be the last Eurovision held on a single day,…

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2016 under the “negative voting” system

As mentioned yesterday for 2017, our regular contributor Daniel Rhys Bowen had a bit of eurovision stats calculating geeky fun in his spare time and calculated what recent contest results would have turned out to be like, had a “negative voting” system been used (where 12 points would have been awarded to the least favourite song, then 10…

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2017 under other systems

Our regular contributor Daniel Rhys Bowen had a big of eurovision stats calculating geeky fun in his spare time and calculated what the 2017 contest results would have turned out to be like, had the 1964-66 system (5,3,1 points to the top 3 songs) been used. Here is what the final scoreboard looks like ;…

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Top 5 : Countries that have never…

The Eurovision Song Contest might have been running for over 60 years now, with over 50 countries that have competed at least once, we’re still a long way from seeing them (most of them) realising all kinds of records possible. This table shows you a “top 5 completion record” where, for each position appear the…

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All time top (1957-2017)

Counting only the scores from Eurovision Song Contest finals since 1957, regardless of the voting systems ; here is the all time top : This couple of tables compares the evolution of the countries’ performance since last year. 1957-2016   1957-2017 4383 Sweden 1 4733 Sweden 1 = 3911 United Kingdom 2 4022 United Kingdom…

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