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History: Ratings of the Eurovision Song Contest in Germany


1982: 13,81 million (Nicole wins)

1983: 13,57 million (Germany hosts)

1984: 14,23 million

1985: 13,22 million

1986: 10,88 million

1987: 10,16 million

1988: 8,69 million

1989: 9,87 million

1990: 7,02 million (with Germany’s reunification, the ESC gets around 16 million more potential viewers)

1991: 4,49 million

1992: 4,73 million

1993: 3,89 million

1994: 4,72 million

1995: 3,98 million

1996: no broadcast

1997: 3,23 million

1998: 12,6 million (Guildo Horn revives Eurovision in Germany)

1999: 4,79 (3rd place for Sürpriz)

2000: 10,03 million (Stefan Raab)

2001: 8,16 million

2002: 9,75 million

2003: 8,65 million

2004: 11,13 million (Germans believe in victory for Max)

2005: 7,01 million (Last place for Gracia)

2006: 10,41 million (Texas lightning, #1 on German charts)

2007: 7,41 million

2008: 6,38 million (No angles “Dissapear” in Belgrade)

2009: 7,33 million

2010: 14,69 million (Lena wins!)

One comment on “History: Ratings of the Eurovision Song Contest in Germany

  1. Interesting! Would be interesting also to have these statistics for other countries.

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