Performance and lyrics, not politics and diplomacy, will decide this weekend's Eurovision Song Contest, according to one university researcher.In fairness Britain will almost certainly do badly because of the irredeemable crappiness of our entry. Honestly though the level of nationalism and politics on display at the Eurovision Song Contest makes it what the Potsdam conference would have been like if they had had more sequins.
Dr Alan Howard, from Reading University's school of human sciences, has surveyed 1,000 fans of the contest on how they would cast their votes.
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