The page with points awarded to the 28 songs in this, the second just-for-fun World Pop Contest.
Many of you took the time to send us your points for your personal top 10 favourites from the contest. We have put your points together to come up with the scores from a total of 27 national juries.
Each country awarded a total of 110 points. Normally these points are given as 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 points. In a very few cases (e.g. Ireland, among other countries) where there was an exact tie of points within a national jury, the points differ but ALWAYS add up to a total of 110.
The animated scoreboards are presented first. Still images of the scoreboard follow lower down.
Download the scoreboards, then open with your PowerPoint-viewer (more info at bottom of page). Click anywhere on the page to start the show, then keep clicking. Once the name of the country voting has sunk to the bottom of the screen, click againt to get the points 2 to 18, then click again to see who has got the maximum 20 points. Keep clicking to move on through the scoreboard.
SCOREBOARD - III with the points from Lithuania, Japan, South Africa, Ireland, USA
SCOREBOARD - IV with the points from the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Pakistan, Greece, Colombia
SCOREBOARD - V with the points from Sweden, Azerbaijan, Ecuador, Australia, Norway
SCOREBOARD - VI with the - final - points from India, Ukraine, New Zealand, Argentina...
A TOTAL OF 2970 points were awarded to the 28 songs.
(People using the 2007 PP-viewer may see some small layout problems in some of the scores. These are not seen if the 2010 version is used)
IMAGES from all the Scoreboards (I - VI) are in the photo gallery below (click to enlarge).
How to watch the animated scoreboard
The scoreboards are presented as PowerPoint show. You do not need PowerPoint to view the animated scoreboard, but you will need a PowerPoint viewer - which you may already have on your computer. Best results are obtained with PowerPoint viewer 2010 (trial version available) but you can also download a free and legal PowerPoint viewer (2007 version) here.
Click the download button, then install the viewer.
Then click on the link(s) below to download the Scoreboard(s) to your computer. Save it, then use the PowerPoint viewer to open it. You may prefer to simply open it straight from the webpage, which should work provided you already have a PowerPoint viewer installed. Many computers will already have a PowerPoint viewer installed.
Click to start the show, then keep clicking. Once the name of the country voting has sunk to the bottom of the screen, click 1 x to get the points 2 to 18, then click again to see who has got the maximum 20 points.