The split results of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 have been revealed by the European Broadcasting Union. Italy was the overwhelming winner in the televote of yesterday, whilst the actual winner Mans Zelmerlow for Sweden took the jury vote by a landslide.
Runner-up Russia was in the top-3 of both juries and televoters. Our own Australia got a 4th place at the jury vote, and finished in 6th place with the televoters.
Other interesting facts: Austria, which ended up with 0 points on the last place, was actually in 13th place with the juries. Serbia ended up really low with the juries, but got a top-10 in the combined results, also because Montenegro and FYR Macedonia were forced to use only their televoting result. Check out the full split results of the Grand Final here:
Russia won both the televote and the jury vote in the first semi final. Finland would have been a qualifier if it was up to the televoters, whilst The Netherlands and Belarus got a place in the top-10 for the juries:
No surprise that Sweden was the big winner in the second semi final. Malta would have been a qualifier if it was up to the juries, which also had a place in their top-10 for Ireland. Czech Republic got the tenth place in the combined televote, but it wasn’t enough to make it:
If you really want to go in-depth with the jury-results, check how each jury member voted by downloading the files on the EBU-website: Full Split Results