The Guardian: "a triumphant piece of hacking"
We hebben gewonnen. Aanvalluh & Olé! There were 48,232 (edit: het zijn er meer dan 500.000, mouse-over results) votes cast in the poll, the overwhelming majority of them - 96.2% - for the Netherlands. Spain came second with 1.8% of the vote, followed by Germany (1.4%); Sweden (0.4%) and Romania (0.2%). If the level of support for the Netherlands seems surprisingly high, it is because Dutch ingenuity even extended to hacking into and trying to rig the Guardian's online poll. In the final days of voting, the Dutch website GeenStijl (literally "no style") instigated a campaign to tilt the balance their country's way, eventually spawning a triumphant piece of hacking that gave Holland an improbable percentage of the votes. Ook goedemorgen mensen! Wij en u roelen weer eens the waves. En blijven stemmen op Holland. Hiero en daaro.