A Map of Europe according to Euro Vision
Euro Vision 2014 was yesterday. To even a casual observer it seems pretty clear that neighbouring or otherwise related countries tend to vote for each other. To visualise this, I took the voting records of the last 10 Euro Vision contests and created the map below where the distance between two countries corresponds to how likely it is that these two countries vote for each other. The size of the countries indicates the total number of votes over those ten years.
There's a few clear clusters - Eastern Europe, The Nordic Countries and the Balkans are the most pronounced. Central European countries seems a bit torn between these, as are the Baltics. Spain and Portugal aren't much connected, just with themselves.
It also suggests that Austria, this years winner, would do better in general if they would align themselves more.