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EBU reveals split televoting and jury results


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Posted 26 May, 2011, 0:09

1 to 8, 10 and 12 points were given by juries and televoters in each country, then combined, and the combined top-10 would determine the actual vote given by that respective country (final result), whereas jury and televoting counted for 50% each.
Viewers at home ranked Azerbaijan's entry Running Scared first with 223 points, while juries awarded the song a second place. Italy won the jury vote, but ended up on the second place in the combined result after televoters had made up their minds.
The split results of the Final were as follows:
#
Country
Combined result
Jury voting
Televoting
1
Finland
57
75
47
2
Bosnia & Herzegovina
125
90
151
3
Denmark
134
168
61
4
Lithuania
63
66
55
5
Hungary
53
60
64
6
Ireland
119
119
101
7
Sweden
185
106
221
8
Estonia
44
74
32
9
Greece
120
84
176
10
Russia
77
25
138
11
France
82
90
76
12
Italy
189
251
99
13
Switzerland
19
53
2
14
United Kingdom
100
57
166
15
Moldova
97
82
98
16
Germany
107
104
113
17
Romania
77
86
79
18
Austria
64
145
25
19
Azerbaijan
221
182
223
20
Slovenia
96
160
39
21
Iceland
61
72
60
22
Spain
50
38
73
23
Ukraine
159
117
168
24
Serbia
85
111
89
25
Georgia
110
79
138
After a first evaluation, the EBU is positive about the algorithm used to determine the order in which the spokespersons announced their results: "With this method, based on the jury voting results, we saw an extremely exciting voting, which kept people of over Europe excited until a few minutes before the end of the show," says Jon Ola Sand, the Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of the EBU.

First Semi-Final split results

The split results of the first Semi-Final were as follows:
#
Combined result
Jury voting
Televoting
1
Poland
18
13
25
2
Norway
30
29
56
3
Albania
47
61
42
4
Armenia
54
33
75
5
Turkey
47
58
54
6
Serbia
67
102
42
7
Russia
64
31
93
8
Switzerland
55
76
45
9
Georgia
74
51
90
10
Finland
103
86
111
11
Malta
54
84
24
12
San Marino
34
74
8
13
Croatia
41
49
32
14
Iceland
100
104
79
15
Hungary
72
65
73
16
Portugal
22
6
39
17
Lithuania
81
113
52
18
Azerbaijan
122
109
124
19
Greece
133
74
154

Second Semi-Final split results

The split results of the second Semi-Final were as follows:
#
Combined result
Jury voting
Televoting
1
Bosnia & Herzegovina
109
65
131
2
Austria
69
95
52
3
The Netherlands
13
22
17
4
Belgium
53
71
50
5
Slovakia
48
71
40
6
Ukraine
81
76
91
7
Moldova
54
53
61
8
Sweden
155
99
159
9
Cyprus
16
24
23
10
Bulgaria
48
59
43
11
FYR Macedonia
36
47
33
12
Israel
38
36
51
13
Slovenia
112
146
68
14
Romania
111
85
121
15
Estonia
60
83
46
16
Belarus
45
38
54
17
Latvia
25
11
43
18
Denmark
135
129
115
19
Ireland
68
66
78

How have the jury votes and televotes been combined?

In each country, the top ten entries of the jury receives 1 to 8, 10 and 12 points. Then, the top ten of the televoters also receives 1 to 8, 10 and 12 points. These two lists are combined by the contest's voting partner Digame.
The combined list contains between ten and twenty countries; minimum ten countries in case the jury and the televoters voted for the same ten countries, and a maximum of twenty countries in case the jury and televoters each had ten different countries in their top ten.
The country that received most points in the combined list receives 12 points in the voting, the runner-up receives 10 points, and so on, until the tenth country on the combined list receives 1 point. In case of a tie on the combined list, the country that receives the most points from the televoting prevails.
The countries outside of the top ten on the combined list get no points from the country that votes. This explains why the countries that received a lot of points from the juries, but few points from the televoting (or the other way around) get few points in the combined ranking.
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