It turns out that the Eurovision Song Contest
stirs up as much division in the United Kingdom as Brexit. With the final of the 64th contest taking place in Israel on Saturday evening, nearly a quarter of British viewers would prefer if their entry, Michael Rice, wasn't part of the event's lineup. That's according to a new YouGov poll
which found that 24 percent of the UK's population would vote to leave the Eurovision Song Contest if given a chance in a referendum. Only 22 percent would choose to Remain while 46 percent wouldn't even bother to vote.