Let’s see how the American Idol 2011 Top 7 pulled through this past week in terms of ranking based solely on your poll results as they head in to “Songs from the 21st Century.” It was especially interesting this week to look and see where Pia Toscano’s voters might have thrown their support. While it’s impossible to know for sure who the former Pians are now supporting, there was definitely a few big gains this time around which could be attributed to the sizable portion of the vote she was holding when eliminated.

This week’s biggest gainer was Lauren Alaina. Lauren was up 8% points and for the first time had double digits in the rankings, but it still wasn’t enough to put her in this week’s top 3. The other big gain went to James Durbin who leapt from 15% way up to 21% and right on the heels of Scotty. Interestingly, Scotty doesn’t appear to have picked up any of Pia’s votes as he held steady at 23% which was good enough for first place again this week.

Although no one lost ground in the polls this week, attributable to the massive whole Pia’s elimination left in the rankings, there were a few American Idol Hopefuls who made little to no gains. Haley Reinhart sat tight at 8% again this week with no change, much like Scotty did. Jacob gained only 1% point to go from 5% to 6% while Stefano climbed only 2% points up to 10%.

Check out the rankings below and see how your favorite is doing.

American Idol 2011 Top 7 Performance Poll Rankings

  1. Scotty McCreery – 23% (no change previous week)
  2. James Durbin – 21% (up from 15% previous week)
  3. Casey Abrams – 13% (up from 9% previous week)
  4. Lauren Alaina – 12% (up from 4% previous week)
  5. Stefano Langone – 10% (up from 8% previous week)
  6. Haley Reinhart – 8% (no change from previous week)
  7. Jacob Lusk – 6% (up from 5% previous week)

Would anyone be surprised by a Haley, Stefano, and Jacob Bottom 3 this week?

How is your favorite singer doing in the polls? Better keep voting!

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