The Love Island winners’ league: The couples who received the most votes, ever

In the past there has been as little as one per cent of the vote between the first and second place couples


Soon after the Love Island final, ITV will release the voting figures from the public vote. We get to see the full breakdown of how we voted, and just how close it was for the winning couples.

Over the years, there have been some straight up landslide victories, where the other couples may as well have not shown up, but there have also been years where the winners have done so by as little as one per cent of the vote.

There haven’t been voting figures released from every single season of Love Island, but here is a full ranking of the voting figures from each final of Love Island that there have been, so far.

Jess and Sammy –  34.57 per cent

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In terms of the overall percentage of the final vote, Jess and Sammy are the couple who received the least in history. This is mainly because there were so many votes cast for the second and third place couples – whereas there is usually just one clear runner-up.

They had just 34.57 per cent of the vote, with second place Whitney and Lochan getting 26.85 per cent and third place Tyrique and Ella getting 24.21 per cent.

Millie and Liam – 42.02 per cent

Love Island final voting figures and stats from all seasons of the show

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In 2021, Millie and Liam had a pretty impressive win – but it was still one of the lowest percentages to date. They secured 42.02 per cent of the vote during their final. It still wasn’t a landslide at all, as runners up, Chloe and Toby, shortly followed with 30.9 per cent.

Sanam and Kai – 43.75 per cent

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Sanam and Kai had a decent win, with 44 per cent of the final vote in the winter 2023 series. According to ITV, just under 800k votes were cast in that season’s final, 343,241 of these going to Kai and Sanam. Second place Ron and Lana had 235,996 votes (30 per cent), Tom and Samie had 185,572 (24 per cent) and Shaq and Tanya received just 19,753 (two per cent).

Paige and Finn – 44.52 per cent

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It might look as though winter 2020 winners, Paige and Finn, had a pretty good win – but theirs was actually the closest final of all time. The couples in third and fourth only had a very small percentage of the overall vote, and second place couple Siânnise and Luke T were just one per cent behind the winners! Paige and Finn received 44.52 per cent of the vote, and Siânnise and Luke T got 43.61 per cent.

Amber and Greg – 48.82 per cent

Love Island final voting figures and stats from all seasons of the show

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Amber and Greg won the 2019 final, beating Molly-Mae and Tommy by over 20 per cent. As a winning couple they received 48.82 per cent of the final vote and the runners-up received 25.56 per cent.

Ekin-Su and Davide – 63.69 per cent

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Queen Ekin-Su and King Davide had a landslide victory in 2022. They received 63.69 per cent of the public vote in the final, completely eclipsing Gemma and Luca in second with 14.47 per cent. It was a close call for third and fourth, with third place couple Indiyah and Dami getting 11.77 per cent and fourth place Tasha and Andrew ending on 10.07 per cent.

Jack and Dani – 79.66 per cent

Love Island final voting figures and stats from all seasons of the show

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Jack and Dani officially had the most votes in the final of any Love Island winning couple in history. Their victory takes landslide to a whole new level.

In the 2018 final, they received nearly 80 per cent of the vote, with second place couple Laura and Paul getting 8.43 per cent. Then followed third place Kaz and Josh with 6.05 per cent, who narrowly beat fourth place Megan and Wes, who had 5.86 per cent of the votes.

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