What about the juries?

The juries only voted in the final so the only way to work out the jury effect is to take the result from the semi-finals and times by two. The first number in brakets is their position in the final (once we take out the big 4 + Russia) and the second brakets is their semi-final plus their score.

Here we can see the televoting on it’s own for both semi-finals results in the same top 4, albeit in a different order. Sweden and Malta would have done better without the jury vote surprisingly. I would have thought they’d benefit from the jury vote. The two countries that qualified from the semi-finals by the jury vote were Finland and Croatia. In the final Croatia finished in 18th place and Finland finished in last place.

1 (1). Norway – 402 (SF2: 201)
2 (3). Azerbaijan – 360 (SF2: 180)
3 (2) Iceland – 348 (SF1: 174)
4 (4). Turkey – 344 (SF1: 172)
5 (7). Bosnia & Herzegovina – 250 (125)
6 (5). Estonia – 230 (SF2: 115)
7 (6). Greece – 220 (SF2: 110)
8 (21). Sweden – 210 (SF1: 105)
9 (12). Moldova – 218 (SF2: 106)
10. (8). Armenia – 198 (SF1: 99)
11 (18). Malta – 172 (SF1: 86)
12. (9). Ukraine – 160 (SF2: 80)
13 (12). Israel – 150 (SF1: 75)
14. (13). Albania – 146 (SF2: 73)
15. Portugal – 114 (SF1: 57)
Denmark – 138 (SF2: 69)
Romania – 134 (SF1: 67)
Lithuania – 132 (SF2: 66)
Serbia 120 (SF2: 60)*
FYR Macedonia 90 (SF1: 45)*

Semi-final jury results

Finland – 84 (SF1: 84) -* FYR Macedonia would have qualified on televote alone.
Croatia – 66 (SF2: 66) -* Serbia would have qualified on televote alone.

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