Eurovision Semi-Final 2: Who has the Best Chances According to Streaming Data?
Streaming numbers paint a good picture of how popular a song is in different countries and how that might translate into Eurovision votes. Total streams don’t predict the future, though. As our research of Semi-Final 1 entries has shown, the Austrian and Albanian entries are among the most-streamed, but did not advance to the finals.
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That being said, let’s see which Eurovision semi-finalists have high chances of advancing into the finals.
The data shows that entries from Sweden, Finland and Poland are streamed the most and that the second semi-final will be less diverse in terms of genres and languages compared to the first one.
The ten most-streamed songs competing in the second Eurovision Semi-Final are: “Hold Me Closer” (Cornelia Jakobs, Sweden), “Jezebel” (The Rasmus, Finland), “River” (Ochman, Poland), “Lights Off” (We Are Domi, Czech Republic), “Miss You” (Jérémie Makiese, Belgium), "Ela (Έλα)" (Andromache, Cyprus), “Hope” (Stefan, Estonia), “That’s Rich” (Brooke, Ireland), “Not the Same” (Sheldon Riley, Australia) and "In Corpore Sano" (Konstrakta, Serbia).
As for languages and music genres, the second semi-final will be more uniform. The large majority of contestants will sing in English (83%), while the prevailing genre will be Pop.