First round presidential elections took place on 28 November 2010.
|Michel Martelly (Farmers’ Response)||21.84%|
|Mirlande Manigat (Rally of Progressive National Democrats)||31.37%|
|Jude Célestin (Unity)||22.48%|
|Jean-Henry Céant (Renmen Ayiti)||8.18%|
|Jacques-Édouard Alexis (Mobilization for the Progress of Haiti)||3.07%|
|Charles Henri Baker (Respect)||2.38%|
|Jean Chavannes Jeune (Christian Citizens’ Alliance for the Reconstruction of Haiti)||1.80%|
|Yves Cristalin (Lavni Organization)||1.60%|
|Leslie Voltaire (Ansanm Nou Fò)||1.51%|
|Anne Marie Josette Bijou (Independent)||1.00%|
and a further 9 candidates, each receiving less than 1% of the vote.
Registered electors: 4,712,693
Turnout (first round): 22.79%
In the second round, which took place on 20 March 2011, Mirlande Manigat received 31.74% of the vote and Michel Manigat received 67.57% and was elected President. Turnout in the second round was 22.52%