SAN MARINO VIDEOS – VIEWS

A few of the staff of this website have spend some days now analyzing the videos uploaded so far in connection with finding an artist for San Marino to represent them at the 2018 Eurovision song contest in Lisbon.

On their Youtube channel, we found 318 videos and there are artists from 63 countries

one each from the following countries
Afghanistan
San Marino
Zimbabwe
Brazil
Denmark
Czech republic
Slovak republic
Tajikistan
Indonesia
Cameroon
Montenegro
China
Kenya
Namibia
Slovenia
Hungary
Nigeria
Luxembourg
Lebanon
Mexico
Sierre Leone
Switzerlan
Lithuania

two each from
Iran
Singapore
Colombia
Ireland
Guatemala
Bulgaria
Haiti
Latvia
Molova
Argentina

three each from
Romania
Turkey
Philipinnes
Croatia

four each from
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Norway
Ukraine
Azerbaijan
Netherlands
Serbia
Canada
Belgium

five each from
Israel
France

six each from
Armenia
Australia
Belarus

seven each from
Austria
Poland
South Africa

nine each from
Greece
Portugal

Countries with more than ten
Russia – 11
Sweden & Malta – 13
United States – 16
United Kingdom – 23
Germany – 26
Italy – 27
Spain – 35

Countries so far not having an artist
Cyprus
Georgia
Iceland
Andorra
Finland
Estonia

Looking at the videos on their Youtube channel 29 of the 318 have had more than 1000 views with 13 of these having more than 2000 views

So the top 13 are
13th Diorisis Kostis – Greece 2 400 views
12th Ardi Taranik – Belarus 2 600 views
11th Josema San Dez – Spain 2 800 views
10th Marco Antario Gaitano – Spain 2 900 views
9th Dario & Grecia Bezzine – Malta 4 500 views
8th Justin Utley – USA 4 700 views
7th Lewis Sheriden – UK 4 900 views
6th Margaret – Poland 5 400 views
5th David Vardarov – Armenia 7 000 views
4th One Antene – Haiti 9 900 views
3rd Ivan Martin – Spain 12 000 views
2nd Julian Lesinski – Poland 17 000 views
1st Pierre Hondemarck – France 21 000 views

From 14th to 29th are videos from 1000 to 1 700 views and among them are Sergey Sysuev (Ukraine), Sara de Blue (Austria) an Olivier Kaye (Belgium)

Of course the picture can drastically changed over the next two weeks until the final day on 30 November

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