Poll shows most people expect Jedward to win Eurovision

Poll shows most people expect Jedward to win Eurovision

A new survey by the directory enquiry service 11850 shows that 71% of people think Jedward will win this year's Eurovision.

The Dublin twins will be representing Ireland for a second time in the singing competition, which takes place in Azerbaijan on May 22.

The poll found that the majority of Irish people think Jedward can win with their song "Waterline".

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