Google has ranked the ten finalists of the Eurovision Song Contest on the basis of polls among search engine users on the Internet.
"Today, you can find out who will win over Google users if points are awarded to countries on how active their players are from residents of other countries," says a statement by the company, quoted by BGNES. Google with another step forward in perfecting the translation. What is the history of the language, the very short story of the new geoglossy, Kaldata.com writes.
The most popular among Internet users is the representative of France Bilal Asani, the second is the non-standard Hatari group from Iceland. The top three in the Google survey ends with Sergey Lazarev from Russia.
Consumer interest is also driven by participants from the Netherlands, Belarus, Cyprus, Switzerland, Italy, San Marino and Sweden.
"In 2017, Google's scoring system correctly predicted the winner of the contest, and in 2018 Eurovision's first place took one of the favorites of the Internet audience," the company's press service reported. The Eurovision Final will be held on Saturday night in Tel Aviv, where representatives from 26 countries will compete for the first place in the popular music competition.