The election took place in two rounds, on 5 and 26 October 2014.
In the first round, results were as follows:
|Dilma Rousseff (Workers’ Party)||41.59%|
|Aécio Neves (Brazilian Social Democracy Party)||33.55%|
|Marina Silva (Brazilian Socialist Party)||21.32%|
|Luciana Genro (Socialism and Freedom Party)||1.55%|
A further seven candidates each received less than 1% of the vote.
Registered electors: 142,822,046
In the second round runoff, which took place on 26 October, Aécio Neves received 48.36% of the vote. Dilma Rousseff received 51.64% and was therefore re-elected as president. Turnout in the second round was 78.9%.