% Share Raw Count
First Rehearsal: Semi 1
Malta 349,911
Ukraine 244,406
Azerbaijan 203,894
Romania 170,973
Israel 219,006
Belgium 166,707
Croatia 309,740
Norway 142,264
Cyprus 359,041
Ireland 124,668
North Macedonia 99,843
Australia 103,554
Sweden 129,291
Russia 312,180
Slovenia 109,012
Lithuania 187,730
First Rehearsal: Semi 2
Bulgaria 133,369
Portugal 102,825
Albania 135,104
Georgia 74,957
Serbia 373,752
Iceland 172,571
Moldova 186,477
Poland 237,617
Austria 84,984
Greece 315,230
Czech Republic 101,976
Estonia 96,026
San Marino 191,063
Second Rehearsal: Semi 1

How Did We Assign The Stats?
How To Read The Stats
The social media stats are an indication of where contestants rank - they're not a prediction!
Here are some things to consider...

Demographics: What kind is audience is watching Eurovision? How do they compare to the age-range and values of the average Youtube user? A contestant that is well-received on one platform may not be quite so popular on another.

Running Order: The stats don't account for the running order of the contestants, recency bias has proven to be a significant factor in reality TV outcomes, those performing later often do better.

Sample Size: The more engagement a post has, the clearer the picture. When engagement is low, or numbers are close together, it becomes harder to determine the outcome.

Contestant Type: Is the contestant famous because of social media? Do they come from a country with highly patriotic citizens? Joke contestants tend to get high engagement on social media as people share amusing content. However, this may not translate to votes.

Engagement Type: Not all engagement is equal. Consider that clicking 'Like' on Facebook is fairly non-committal, whereas clicking 'Share' will add the content to the user's timeline.

There are many other factors to consider! Our advice is to look at all the stats across all platforms and try to determine the general ranking of each contestant. Good luck!