Love Island 2022 voting stats: How many votes did each couple get in the final?
It was a landslide
The Love Island 2022 final has concluded, and we’ve seen Ekin-Su and Davide crowned as the worthy winners this year. Everyone had their favourites heading into the final, and for a while it looked like any one of the couples could have won. So just how close were the voting stats from the final of Love Island 2022?
The final votes were placed on the Love Island app, with viewers given two chances to make their call. You could cast an initial vote on Sunday night, and a further during Monday’s live final – before the winning couple was revealed. Tasha and Andrew were named as the fourth place couple, then Indiyah and Dami in third, and Gemma and Luca in second place.
Here’s a break down of the Love Island 2022 final voting stats:
- Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti: 63.69%
- Gemma Owen and Luca Bish: 14.47%
- Indiyah Polack and Dami Hope: 11.77%
- Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page: 10.07%
Last year, Millie and Liam had a pretty impressive win. They secured 42.8 per cent of the first vote, and 41.1 per cent of the second vote, during their live final. Runners up, Chloe and Toby, shortly followed with 30.4 per cent of the first vote and 31.4 per cent of the second.
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