Eurovision 2016 - How do the people agree with the juries?

15 maj 2016

Yesterday was the night of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 where Ukraine was the winner. During the evening we were presented with two points per voting country - one from the country's jury and one from the people tele voting. So how do the people agree with their jury? The answer is that they don't agree very well at all. See the chart below. The horisontal axis is the votes given by juries and the vertical axis is the votes given by the people. The size of each bubble is the number of countries. One can directly see that it is very common for the two voting groups to have very different opinions.



If we select the worst case - Czech Republic - we can see that the difference between the two groups is large:



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