France, North Macedonia, Poland, Serbia and Spain in the top five of our Junior Eurovision poll after week 2!

It’s been two weeks since we started our Junior Eurovision 2019 poll, where we are asking you to let us know of your personal favorites from this year’s Contest. The Contest will take place in Gliwice-Silesia on the 24th of November this year, and a total of 19 countries are going to compete.

The current standings in our poll after two weeks are as follows:

  1. France – Carla – Bim bam toi – 25.64%
  2. Poland – Viki Gabor – Superhero – 14.43%
  3. Spain – Melani García – Marte – 13.65%
  4. Serbia – Darija Vračević – Podigni glas (Raise Your Voice) – 9.82%
  5. North Macedonia – Mila Moskov – Fire – 9.10%
  6. Armenia – Karina Ignatyan – Colours Of Your Dream – 6.71%
  7. Australia – Jordan Anthony – We Will Rise – 4.11%
  8. Netherlands – Matheu – Dans met jou – 3.16%
  9. Portugal – Joana Almeida – Vem comigo – 2.16%
  10. Italy – Marta Viola – La voce della terra – 1.72%
  11. Kazakhstan – Yerzhan Maksim – Armanyńnan qalma – 1.55%
  12. Belarus – Liza Misnikova – Pepelny (Ashen) – 1.50%
  13. Russia – Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak – A Time For Us – 1.39%
  14. Ukraine – Sophia Ivanko – The Spirit Of Music – 1.28%
  15. Albania – Isea Çili – Mikja ime fëmijëri – 1.17%
  16. Malta – Eliana Gomez Blanco – We Are More – 1.00%
  17. Ireland – Anna Kearney – Banshee – 0.83%
  18. Wales – Erin Mai – Calon yn Curo – 0.61
  19. Georgia – Giorgi Rostiashvili – We Need Love – 0.17%

Carla from France is currently in a big lead, ahead of Viki Gabor from the host country (Poland) in second, and Melani García from Spain in third place. They are followed by Serbia’s Darija Vračević in fourth, and North Macedonia’s Mila Moskov in fifth place. Right now, on the bottom of the table we find Anna Kearney from Ireland, Erin Mai from Wales, and Giorgi Rostiashvili from Georgia.

You can still cast your votes and perhaps change the result. Make sure you vote for up to five of your favorite songs in our poll right here:

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