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UPDATED S17 Top 11 YouTube Score Ranking (Updated 11 am, pacific, Tuesday 11/26/19)

 

IMPORTANT: It appears that apart from Katie, Kat, Joana and Shane's videos, ALL OTHERS have been geo-locked, and remain so as of 12 noon, pacific, Tuesday 11/26/19. This would account for the total views disparity between the two sets.

 

Scoring: The score is derived by turning the likes to dislikes ratio for each performance into a percentage. The premise is that when viewers/listeners click like or dislike, it's akin to casting a vote. I reckon it'll be interesting to see how this correlates to the actual official vote. These scores were taken at approximately 11:30 pm (Pacific), 11/25/19. I'll update them again and reassess the ranking at approximately 11 am (Pacific), 11/26/19. Note that scores are most in flux during the first 24 hours or so of respective videos being posted, but after that they do tend to stabilize (the larger the sample size, the better). The videos most recently posted will be the most volatile in terms of scoring. Videos with lower scores tend to experience more flux compared to those at the higher end.

 

Margin of Error: The main purpose of this score is to measure YouTube viewers' collective assessment of artists' performance videos. The main focus is on the performative. Since, however, viewers do not vote solely on a performance assessment of an artist, which in and of itself is subjective, the score isn't reliable as a predictive indicator. To make the score more useful predictively, a margin of error of +/- 3.1% has been assessed, based on results from Top 13 week.

 

1. Katie Kadan "Without You" 97.48% (5,951|154//129.059)

2. Myracle Holloway "Everyone Hurts" 96.42% (485|18//17,414)

3. Rose Short "Maybe I'm Amazed" 96.01% (769|32//20,365)

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4. Jake Hoot "Every Light in the House" 95.86% (486|21//14,244*)

5. Ricky Duran "Downtown Train" 95.73% (404|18//13,636*)

6. Joana Martinez "Dreaming of You" 95.71% (1,541|69//59,856)

7. Kat Hammock "I'll Fly Away" 94.05% (1,817|115//61,037)

8. Marybeth Byrd "Stars" 93.69% (475|32//17,585)

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9. Will Breman "Light My Fire" 89.18% (445|54//16,588)

10. Hello Sunday "The Middle" 85.13% (521|91//22,742)

11. Shane Q "Mercy" 82.59% (1,162|245//55,272)

* Denotes late posting (Ricky and Jake's clips were posted a few hours after the others. On the other hand, Katie, Kat, Joana and Shane's clips were posted at least an hour before the rest.)

 

UPDATED Notes: The biggest overnight change was a +2.7% rally by Shane Q, but he remains firmly rooted in the bottom 3 and, perhaps more importantly, on the wrong side of the margin of error. If the M/E holds, all signs are he's a lock for the IS. Hello Sunday would be odds-on favorites to join him, with Will also in the dire danger zone. Both HS and Will rallied around +0.5/+0.6 overnight, which was less than I expected. The silver lining for Will fans is that he remains within the margin of error for potentially overtaking positions 7-8, and thus escaping to safety. If the IS is a bottom 2 (not 3), HS could potentially overtake Will though, and vault to safety. At the top, Katie and Myracle made modest gains, and Rose/Ricky dropped 0.3/0.4% respectively. That means Myracle rises to second, Rose drops to third and Ricky drops out of the Top 4 because The Hoot made an impressive 1% gain overnight. Based on the margin of error, everyone from position 2-8 could still be in danger, IF the IS is a bottom 3. If it's a bottom 2 IS, everyone in those positions could probably breathe a sigh of relief, especially Marybeth (who did in fact rally +1.69% overnight) and Kat.

 

Original Notes: There's lightly less than 1.12% separating positions 1-4, and a mere 0.79% separating the Top 4 scores from the best of the rest of the pack, so this suggests a lot of possible movement among the Top 5-6 places. 3.35% separates #8 from the Bottom 3 (9-11), and based on current scores, it appears likely Hello Sunday and Shane Q should remain the bottom 2 overnight.

 

For comparison's sake, the top YouTube score out of all performances (blinds to present) by contestants who made the Top 20 is 99.09% (Rose Short "Big White Room" - Knockout round performance). The lowest score is 62.79% for Cali Wilson's Top 20 performance of "Toxic".

 

Last week's scores

 

 

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S17 Top 11 YouTube Score Ranking (Posted 11:30 pm, pacific, Monday 11/25/19)

 

Scoring: The score is derived by turning the likes to dislikes ratio for each performance into a percentage. The premise is that when viewers/listeners click like or dislike, it's akin to casting a vote. I reckon it'll be interesting to see how this correlates to the actual official vote. These scores were taken at approximately 11:30 pm (Pacific), 11/25/19. I'll update them again and reassess the ranking at approximately 11 am (Pacific), 11/26/19. Note that scores are most in flux during the first 24 hours or so of respective videos being posted, but after that they do tend to stabilize (the larger the sample size, the better). The videos most recently posted will be the most volatile in terms of scoring. Videos with lower scores tend to experience more flux compared to those at the higher end.

 

Margin of Error: The main purpose of this score is to measure YouTube viewers' collective assessment of artists' performance videos. The main focus is on the performative. Since, however, viewers do not vote solely on a performance assessment of an artist, which in and of itself is subjective, the score isn't reliable as a predictive indicator. To make the score more useful predictively, a margin of error of +/- 3.1% has been assessed, based on results from Top 13 week.

 

1. Katie Kadan "Without You" 97.22% (3,681|105//47.941)

2. Rose Short "Maybe I'm Amazed" 96.34% (474|18//5,204)

3. Myracle Holloway "Everyone Hurts" 96.12% (347|14//7,722)

4. Ricky Duran "Downtown Train" 96.10% (148|6//1,078*)

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5. Joana Martinez "Dreaming of You" 95.31% (976|47//23,586)

6. Jake Hoot "Every Light in the House" 94.83% (257|14//2,439*)

7. Kat Hammock "I'll Fly Away" 93.84% (1,189|78//24,247)

8. Marybeth Byrd "Stars" 92.00% (322|28//7,014)

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9. Will Breman "Light My Fire" 88.65% (289|37//3,392)

10. Hello Sunday "The Middle" 84.46% (375|69//7,413)

11. Shane Q "Mercy" 79.90% (652|164//16,486)

* Denotes late posting (Ricky and Jake's clips were posted a few hours after the others. On the other hand, Katie, Kat, Joana and Shane's clips were posted at least an hour before the rest.)

 

Notes: There's lightly less than 1.12% separating positions 1-4, and a mere 0.79% separating the Top 4 scores from the best of the rest of the pack, so this suggests a lot of possible movement among the Top 5-6 places. 3.35% separates #8 from the Bottom 3 (9-11), and based on current scores, it appears likely Hello Sunday and Shane Q should remain the bottom 2 overnight.

 

For comparison's sake, the top YouTube score out of all performances (blinds to present) by contestants who made the Top 20 is 99.09% (Rose Short "Big White Room" - Knockout round performance). The lowest score is 62.79% for Cali Wilson's Top 20 performance of "Toxic".

 

Last week's scores

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Does anyone have a problem with Voice YT videos not showing up at their feeds or on searches? I was only able to see a bunch of the contestestant's performances through istersay's hyperlinks. I am an international viewer though, so that may have been part of it.

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Does anyone have a problem with Voice YT videos not showing up at their feeds or on searches? I was only able to see a bunch of the contestestant's performances through istersay's hyperlinks. I am an international viewer though, so that may have been part of it.

 

Only the first 4 performances are available in my country, i had to use an unblocker to watch the rest.

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UPDATED S17 Top 11 YouTube Score Ranking (Updated 11 am, pacific, Tuesday 11/26/19)

 

IMPORTANT: It appears that apart from Katie, Kat, Joana and Shane's videos, ALL OTHERS have been geo-locked, and remain so as of 12 noon, pacific, Tuesday 11/26/19. This would account for the total views disparity between the two sets.

 

Scoring: The score is derived by turning the likes to dislikes ratio for each performance into a percentage. The premise is that when viewers/listeners click like or dislike, it's akin to casting a vote. I reckon it'll be interesting to see how this correlates to the actual official vote. These scores were taken at approximately 11:30 pm (Pacific), 11/25/19. I'll update them again and reassess the ranking at approximately 11 am (Pacific), 11/26/19. Note that scores are most in flux during the first 24 hours or so of respective videos being posted, but after that they do tend to stabilize (the larger the sample size, the better). The videos most recently posted will be the most volatile in terms of scoring. Videos with lower scores tend to experience more flux compared to those at the higher end.

 

Margin of Error: The main purpose of this score is to measure YouTube viewers' collective assessment of artists' performance videos. The main focus is on the performative. Since, however, viewers do not vote solely on a performance assessment of an artist, which in and of itself is subjective, the score isn't reliable as a predictive indicator. To make the score more useful predictively, a margin of error of +/- 3.1% has been assessed, based on results from Top 13 week.

 

1. Katie Kadan "Without You" 97.48% (5,951|154//129.059)

2. Myracle Holloway "Everyone Hurts" 96.42% (485|18//17,414)

3. Rose Short "Maybe I'm Amazed" 96.01% (769|32//20,365)

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4. Jake Hoot "Every Light in the House" 95.86% (486|21//14,244*)

5. Ricky Duran "Downtown Train" 95.73% (404|18//13,636*)

6. Joana Martinez "Dreaming of You" 95.71% (1,541|69//59,856)

7. Kat Hammock "I'll Fly Away" 94.05% (1,817|115//61,037)

8. Marybeth Byrd "Stars" 93.69% (475|32//17,585)

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9. Will Breman "Light My Fire" 89.18% (445|54//16,588)

10. Hello Sunday "The Middle" 85.13% (521|91//22,742)

11. Shane Q "Mercy" 82.59% (1,162|245//55,272)

* Denotes late posting (Ricky and Jake's clips were posted a few hours after the others. On the other hand, Katie, Kat, Joana and Shane's clips were posted at least an hour before the rest.)

 

UPDATED Notes: The biggest overnight change was a +2.7% rally by Shane Q, but he remains firmly rooted in the bottom 3 and, perhaps more importantly, on the wrong side of the margin of error. If the M/E holds, all signs are he's a lock for the IS. Hello Sunday would be odds-on favorites to join him, with Will also in the dire danger zone. Both HS and Will rallied around +0.5/+0.6 overnight, which was less than I expected. The silver lining for Will fans is that he remains within the margin of error for potentially overtaking positions 7-8, and thus escaping to safety. If the IS is a bottom 2 (not 3), HS could potentially overtake Will though, and vault to safety. At the top, Katie and Myracle made modest gains, and Rose/Ricky dropped 0.3/0.4% respectively. That means Myracle rises to second, Rose drops to third and Ricky drops out of the Top 4 because The Hoot made an impressive 1% gain overnight. Based on the margin of error, everyone from position 2-8 could still be in danger, IF the IS is a bottom 3. If it's a bottom 2 IS, everyone in those positions could probably breathe a sigh of relief, especially Marybeth (who did in fact rally +1.69% overnight) and Kat.

 

Original Notes: There's lightly less than 1.12% separating positions 1-4, and a mere 0.79% separating the Top 4 scores from the best of the rest of the pack, so this suggests a lot of possible movement among the Top 5-6 places. 3.35% separates #8 from the Bottom 3 (9-11), and based on current scores, it appears likely Hello Sunday and Shane Q should remain the bottom 2 overnight.

 

For comparison's sake, the top YouTube score out of all performances (blinds to present) by contestants who made the Top 20 is 99.09% (Rose Short "Big White Room" - Knockout round performance). The lowest score is 62.79% for Cali Wilson's Top 20 performance of "Toxic".

 

Last week's scores

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