A UK-based social media monitoring company Brandwatch has analyzed how Twitter reacted to the Eurovision entries on the Grand Final night. The company collected nearly 1,8 million tweets and put their conclusions on a dataviz.
The graphic above shows how tweets divided during the show and which songs created the biggest activity among tweeters. Different colors indicate which elements were commented the most. Here we can see that the most active time on Twitter was during Romania’s entry and especially Cezar‘s outfit and staging gained attention. Ireland comes right behind and otherwise activity stays about the same throughout the songs.
When the votes were being announced, talking points turned into politics. Also hate and anger tweets increased during voting which can be seen in the graphic below.
You can find more accurate data over here where you can also examine the results country by country.