Germany also scored nil points in last night’s Eurovision final televoting, alongside Spain, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. However, where Spain and the UK recorded staggeringly low average scores of approximately 23 out of 25 or 26, Jendrik did much better. Where did they score decently and where did they drop down low?
No bottom two scores for Germany
Surprisingly perhaps for a nil pointer in the televoting, but Germany managed to avoid the bottom two in all 38 televoting countries. The lowest score they had came from North Macedonia, who placed them at #24, just ahead of Spain and The Netherlands – two other nil pointers. Romania (#23), San Marino (#21) and Sweden (#21) were the only other countries placing Germany outside their top twenty.
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France and Lithuania closest to awarding Jendrik a point
All in all, Germany outperforms both Spain and the United Kingdom considerably. Where they record average placings of around 23, Jendrik scores an average of 17.2. I Don’t Feel Hate came relatively close to a point in both Lithuania and France. The two countries both put Germany at #13. In total, twelve countries ranked Germany in their eventual top fifteen – a decent score for a country that scored a big zero!
Jury points were there for Germany from Austria (2 points) and Romania (1 point). Interestingly, Romania was one of the two lowest televoting results for Jendrik’s entry.
Below, you can see how Germany scored across the board with Jendrik and I Don’t Feel Hate. Let us know what you think of these results!
Today, we will also be diving into the televoting misery of the Netherlands. Stay tuned!