Eurovision 2018: Public vs. Jury Votes

The Eurovision Broadcast Union has revealed the full split results of the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. As the rule goes, full detailed voting results for the semi-finals will not be revealed until after the Grand Final due to potential influence on people's voting patterns. Now the EBU has revealed both the complete details for the semi-final voting and slipt count of grand final scores.

Voting in the Grand Final

As usual, this year the contest continued using the 50/50 system jury votes and televotes collected in each participating country. Viewers were able to vote or any entry except their own based on their location.

Combined Results:

  1. Israel: 529 points
  2. Cyprus: 436 points
  3. Austria: 342 points
  4. Germany: 340 points
  5. Italy: 308 points
  6. Czech Republic: 281 points
  7. Sweden: 274 points
  8. Estonia: 245 points
  9. Denmark: 226 points
  10. Moldova: 209 points
  11. Albania: 184 points
  12. Lithuania: 181 points
  13. France: 173 points
  14. Bulgaria: 166 points
  15. Norway: 144 points
  16. Ireland: 136 points
  17. Ukraine: 130 points
  18. The Netherlands: 121 points
  19. Serbia: 113 points
  20. Australia: 99 points
  21. Hungary: 93 points
  22. Slovenia: 64 points
  23. Spain: 61 points
  24. United Kingdom: 48 points
  25. Finland: 46 points
  26. Portugal: 39 points

Jury Votes:

  1. Austria: 271 points
  2. Sweden: 253 points
  3. Israel: 212 points
  4. Germany: 204 points
  5. Cyprus: 183 points
  6. Estonia: 143 points
  7. Albania: 126 points
  8. France: 114 points
  9. Bulgaria: 100 points
  10. Moldova: 94 points
  11. Lithuania: 90 points
  12. Australia: 90 points
  13. The Netherlands: 89 points
  14. Ireland: 74 points
  15. Czech Republic: 66 points
  16. Norway: 60 points
  17. Italy: 59 points
  18. Spain: 43 points
  19. Slovenia: 41 points
  20. Serbia: 38 points
  21. Denmark: 38 points
  22. Hungary: 28 points
  23. United Kingdom: 23 points
  24. Finland: 23 points
  25. Portugal: 21 points
  26. Ukraine: 11 points

Public Votes:

  1. Israel: 317 points
  2. Cyprus: 253 points
  3. Italy: 249 points
  4. Czech Republic: 215 points
  5. Denmark: 188 points
  6. Germany: 136 points
  7. Ukraine: 119 points
  8. Moldova: 115 points
  9. Estonia: 102 points
  10. Lithuania: 91 points
  11. Norway: 84 points
  12. Serbia: 75 points
  13. Austria: 71 points
  14. Bulgaria: 66 points
  15. Hungary: 65 points
  16. Ireland: 62 points
  17. France: 59 points
  18. Albania: 58 points
  19. The Netherlands: 32 points
  20. United Kingdom: 25 points
  21. Finland: 23 points
  22. Slovenia: 23 points
  23. Sweden: 21 points
  24. Spain: 18 points
  25. Portugal: 18 points
  26. Australia: 9 points

Valev Laube

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Valev Laube is an Estonian-born brand manager, artist, and designer currently based in New York.

He is an alumnus of the University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) and the United World College of the Adriatic (Duino, Italy). 
His works have been exhibited both in the United States and Canada, and his performed world-wide.

His most recent projects include a web presence and design project for a world-wide brand consultancy Marquee Brand Builder, branding for a promotional goods design and production company Sacatelle, and many other design work for companies such Kenneth Cole, Steve Madden, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and many others. His most recent independent projects include organizing a multidisciplinary concert "Tonality of Culture" (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.), creating a music video for an Estonian-Finnish indie-pop band Popidiot, branding and curating works for The Foundation for Estonian Arts and Letters (New York, NY).

In 2016 and 2017 he was the creative director of the Estonian Cultural Days in New York, and collaborated as a video artist on a performance-art show "Reflection Spectrum" at Anita's Way (New York, NY).