Two-thirds don't know who's representing Ireland in Eurovision

Two-thirds of us say that they are unaware or not bothered about who is representing Ireland in the Eurovision.

It's Ryan O'Shaughnessy with 'Together', by the way.

Over a third say they will make the effort to watch the final tomorrow night.

However, 5% say they will just watch the results.

The survey from Lottoland also reveals:

  • Terry Wogan is our favourite presenter;
  • Rock n Roll Kids is our favourite song;
  • Imelda May is the artist we'd most like to see represent Ireland.
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