The election took place in two rounds, on 2 November and 16 November 2014. In the first round, results were as follows:
|Klaus Iohannis (Christian Liberal Alliance [PNL–PDL])||30.37%|
|Victor Ponta (PSD–UNPR–PC Alliance)||40.44%|
|Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu (Independent)||5.36%|
|Elena Udrea (PMP–PNȚCD Alliance)||5.20%|
|Monica Macovei (Independent)||4.44%|
|Dan Diaconescu (People’s Party – Dan Diaconescu)||4.03%|
|Corneliu Vadim Tudor (Greater Romania Party)||3.68%|
|Hunor Kelemen (Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania)||3.47%|
|Teodor Meleșcanu (Independent)||1.09%|
A further 5 candidates each received less than 1% of the vote.
In the second round runoff, which took place on 16 November 2014, Victor Ponta received 45.56% of the vote. Klaus Iohannis received 54.43% of the vote and was therefore elected president. Turnout in the second round was 64.1%.
Registered electors: 18,284,066