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Sweden's voting at the Eurovision Song Contest

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Sweden's voting at the Eurovision Song Contest

Contents

  • 1950s, 1960s 1
  • 1970s 2
  • 1980s 3
  • 1990s 4
    • Spokesperson 4.1
    • Voting table 4.2
  • 2000s 5
    • Spokesperson 5.1
    • Voting table 5.2
  • 2010s 6
    • Spokesperson 6.1
    • Voting table 6.2
  • See also 7
  • External links 8

1950s, 1960s

1970s

1980s

1990s

Spokesperson

  • 1990: Jan Jingryd
  • 1991: Bo Hagström
  • 1992: Jan Jingryd
  • 1993: Gösta Hanson
  • 1994: Marianne Anderberg
  • 1995: Björn Hedman
  • 1996: Ulla Rundquist
  • 1997: Gösta Hanson
  • 1998: Björn Hedman
  • 1999: Pontus Gårdinger

Voting table

Points
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
12  Ireland  Malta  Malta  Ireland  Hungary  Denmark  Estonia  United Kingdom  Norway  Iceland
10  Italy  Iceland  Ireland  United Kingdom  Ireland  Ireland  Norway  Ireland  Finland  Estonia
8  Iceland   Switzerland  Italy  France  Iceland  Cyprus  Netherlands  Iceland  Netherlands  Denmark
7  Belgium  Portugal  Denmark  Iceland  Norway  Slovenia  Ireland  Denmark  United Kingdom  Austria
6  Cyprus  Israel  Iceland   Switzerland  Germany  Iceland  United Kingdom  Turkey  Malta  Bosnia and Herzegovina
5  France  France  United Kingdom  Netherlands  Portugal  United Kingdom  Malta  Croatia  Israel  Norway
4  Germany  Spain  Israel  Malta  Malta  Austria  Portugal  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Estonia  Netherlands
3  Denmark  Denmark  Greece  Slovenia  France  France  Greece  Italy  Croatia  Israel
2  Austria  Belgium  Norway  Portugal  Greece  Israel  Cyprus  France  Belgium  Germany
1  Yugoslavia  Luxembourg  Austria  Denmark  Austria  Malta  Croatia  Estonia  Ireland  Croatia

2000s

Spokesperson

Voting table

Points
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
12  Denmark  Greece  Estonia  Norway  Serbia and Montenegro  Greece  Finland  Finland  Norway  Norway
10  Latvia  Denmark  Finland  Germany  Ukraine  Denmark  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Serbia  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Iceland
8  Iceland  Estonia  France  Turkey  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Norway  Denmark  Hungary  Iceland  Azerbaijan
7  Norway  Slovenia  Spain  Iceland  Albania  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Russia  Turkey  Finland  Estonia
6  Estonia  France  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Austria  Cyprus  Malta  Romania  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Serbia  Turkey
5  Russia  Spain  Latvia  Netherlands  Turkey   Switzerland  Ireland  Russia  Denmark  Bosnia and Herzegovina
4  Ireland  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Malta  Spain  Greece  Serbia and Montenegro  Greece  Greece  France  Finland
3  Malta  Malta  Belgium  Poland  Norway  Latvia  Lithuania  Ukraine  Latvia  Armenia
2  Finland  Poland  United Kingdom  Russia  United Kingdom  Romania  Norway  Moldova  Armenia  Greece
1  Turkey  Lithuania  Cyprus  Romania  Poland  Israel  Ukraine  Germany  Greece  Albania

2010s

Spokesperson

Voting table

Points
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
12  Germany  Ireland  Cyprus  Norway  Austria  Australia
10  Romania  Denmark  Serbia  Denmark  Netherlands  Belgium
8  Denmark  Bosnia and Herzegovina  Estonia  Netherlands  Denmark  Italy
7  Serbia  Finland  Russia  Belgium  Hungary  Norway
6  Georgia  Germany  Turkey  Iceland  Finland  Russia
5  Turkey  Hungary  Ireland  Russia  Armenia  Latvia
4  Norway  Austria  Spain  Romania  Iceland  Israel
3  Cyprus  Azerbaijan  Norway  Hungary  Norway  Estonia
2  Belgium  Ukraine  France  Ireland  Poland  Montenegro
1  Armenia  Iceland  Albania  United Kingdom  France  Slovenia

See also

External links

  • Sweden's voting history - eurovisioncovers.co.uk
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