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2019 Romanian presidential election

Presidential elections were held in Romania on 10 November 2019, with a second round held on 24 November 2019. President Klaus Iohannis, who held post from 2014 to 2019, was eligible for re-election and qualified for the second round, which he won, thus being re-elected as President of Romania for a second mandate. According to Romanian law, after serving two mandates as President, he will not be eligible for another term.

2019 Romanian presidential election

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Turnout51.18% (first round)
54.86% (second round)
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Nominee Klaus Iohannis Viorica Dăncilă
Party PNL PSD
Popular vote 6,509,135 3,339,922
Percentage 66.09% 33.91%

2019 Romanian presidential election - Vote Strength.svg
Results of the election, showing vote strength by county. Top: results for the first round; bottom: results for the second round.

President before election

Klaus Iohannis
PNL

Elected President

Klaus Iohannis
PNL

BackgroundEdit

Klaus Iohannis won the last presidential election in 2014 and was sworn in for his first term on 21 December 2014. According to the Article 83 of the Constitution of Romania, the "term of office of the President of Romania is five years, being exercised from the date the oath was taken,"[1] but only for up to two terms. In June 2018, incumbent president Iohannis publicly announced his intention of running for a second term as president.[2] The electoral calendar for the presidential elections was set by the Romanian Government.

The final results for the first round were publicly announced by Central Electoral Bureau and Permanent Electoral Authority on 14 November 2019. The results were forwarded to the Constitutional Court of Romania that validated the results on 15 November 2019.[3] After the Constitutional Court's validation, the results were sent for publication to the Official Journal of Romania (Monitorul Oficial al României). Only after the publication by the Official Journal, the results for the first round of the elections became official.

The Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) forwarded the final results for the second round to the Constitutional Court of Romania for validation on 28 November 2019, on the last day of the settled electoral calendar.[4] The Constitutional Court of Romania validated the results in the same day.[5]

CandidatesEdit

National Liberal PartyEdit

President Klaus Iohannis was eligible for re-election. His candidacy in the 2014 elections was supported by the National Liberal Party (PNL), whose President he was at that time. Upon taking office as president, Iohannis suspended his PNL membership, as the Constitution does not allow the president to be a formal member of a political party during his term. Ludovic Orban, the president of the PNL, reconfirmed the party's support for Iohannis after the elections.[6] On 11 March 2018, the National Council of PNL formally endorsed Klaus Iohannis for a new term as president.[7]

Social Democratic PartyEdit

Liviu Pleșoianu, a member of the Chamber of Deputies for Bucharest since 2016 for the Social Democratic Party (PSD), declared his candidacy on 23 July 2017.[8] Liviu Dragnea, President of the Chamber of Deputies since 2016,[9][10] and Gabriela Firea, Mayor of Bucharest since 2016, are thought to be other potential PSD candidates.[11] However, both have refuted these media speculations, Firea stating she wants to finish her term as mayor, while Liviu Dragnea rejected the idea and stated he and the PSD concentrate on the governing program and the parliamentary agenda, as Dragnea is President of the Chamber of Deputies. After being convicted on corruption charges on 27 May 2019, Dragnea became ineligible to run for president.[12]

Save Romania Union and PLUS AllianceEdit

Nicușor Dan, a former President of the Save Romania Union (USR), the third largest political party in the country, believes that the party should run its own candidate for the elections.[13] Dan Barna, the new President of the USR, stated in an interview with Adevărul that the USR would have a presidential candidate, decided by a vote within the party. Barna also said that "Dacian Cioloș may be an option, like any well-known person".[14]

Former Minister of Labor in Cioloș Government, Dragoș Pîslaru, who is among the founders of the new party of former Prime Minister, the PLUS+, said the party is ready for a possible candidacy for the presidency of leader Dacian Cioloș.[15] He also stressed that a candidacy of President Iohannis for a new term would not exclude a candidacy of Dacian Cioloș.[15] On 8 June 2018, Cioloș said he will not run against Klaus Iohannis.[16] However he subsequently stated that he would assume any responsibility that his recently founded political party (PLUS+) would bestow upon him, not excluding the presidency.[17]

In the aftermath of the results of the 2019 European Parliament elections, USR and PLUS decided to keep their alliance for the presidential elections, and nominated Dan Barna as joint candidate.[citation needed]

Other partiesEdit

Many voices inside ALDE suggested that Călin Popescu Tăriceanu, the party leader and President of the Senate, should be the proposal of the PSD–ALDE coalition for the upcoming election and asked for PSD support in this regard.[18] Tăriceanu himself considered that the best option for the presidential election is a PSD–ALDE joint candidacy.[19] On 24 July 2019, ALDE announced that Tăriceanu would run for president on its ticket.[20]

In a press conference on 26 October 2017, Victor Ponta, a former Prime Minister and runner-up in the 2014 elections, claimed that his newly established party, Pro Romania, would nominate a candidate in the elections, but denied that he would run for the presidency again.[21]

On 25 August 2019 Theodor Paleologu was designated candidate of the People's Movement Party.[22]

On 7 July 2019 Ramona Ioana Bruynseels launched her candidacy.[23] The announcement was met with surprise and intrigue from political commentators.[24] Bruynseels has set her platform on taking on the broken political system in Romania that she argues is working against the interests of citizens.[25] Bruynseels is a centrist politician and the candidate of the Humanist Power Party. In the time of these elections, the party was controlled from behind the scenes by Romanian mogul and Securitate collaborator Dan Voiculescu.[26]

Candidates qualified for the second roundEdit

On 28 November 2019, The Romanian Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) forwarded the final results to the Constitutional Court of Romania, which validated the results in the same day.[27][28]

Name Born Public Office Experience Campaign and affiliation Alma mater and profession Candidacy
Announcement dates
 
Klaus Iohannis
13 June 1959
(age 60)
Sibiu, Sibiu County
President of Romania (2014–election day)
Mayor of Sibiu (2000-2014)
Former presidential election:
2014: 30.37% (2nd place, 1st round), 54.43% (winner, 2nd round)

Motto: Pentru o Românie normală
(For a Normal Romania)
Affiliation: PNL
(membership suspended while being President of Romania)
Endorsed by: FDGR
Endorsment added for the second round: USR-PLUS Alliance[29], PMP[30]
Faculty of Physics, Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca (1983)

physics teacher
Intention: 11 March 2018[31]
Official: 23 June 2018[32]
BEC filing: 20 September 2019[33]
BEC validation: 22 September 2019[34]
CCR validation for qualifying to the second round: 15 November 2019[3]
CCR validation as President-elect:
28 November 2019[35][36]
 
Viorica Dăncilă
16 December 1963
(age 55)
Roșiorii de Vede, Teleorman County
Prime Minister of Romania (2018–2019)
MEP (2009-2018)

Motto: Alături de fiecare român
(Standing by each Romanian)
Affiliation: PSD
Endorsed by: PNȚCD[37], UNPR
Endorsment added for the second round: FN[38], PNeR
Faculty of Drilling of Wells and Exploitation of Hydrocarbon Deposits, Petroleum and Gas University, Ploiești (1988)

oil engineer, petroleum technology teacher[39]
Intention: 11 July 2019[40]
Official: 23 July 2019[41]
BEC filing: 19 September 2019[42]
BEC validation: 20 September 2019[43]
CCR validation for qualifying to the second round: 15 November 2019[3]
CCR validation of the second round results:
28 November 2019[44]

Candidates that competed only in the first roundEdit

For all these candidates, the competition ended on 15 November 2019, when the Constitutional Court of Romania validated the results of the first round (only the first two placed competitors were qualified for the second round).

Name Born Public Office Experience Affiliation and endorsements Alma mater and profession Candidacy
Announcement dates
 
Dan Barna
10 July 1975
(age 44)
Sibiu, Sibiu County
Deputy (2016–election day)
Secretary of State with the Ministry of European Funds (2016)
 
Motto: Fericiți în România
([We,] Happy in Romania)
Affiliation: 2020 USR-PLUS Alliance (alliance members: USR and PLUS)
Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (1998)

lawyer
Intention: 1 July 2019[45]
Official: 13 July 2019[46]
BEC filing: 20 September 2019[47]
BEC validation: 22 September 2019[48]
Second round:
Endorsed Klaus Iohannis
(11 November 2019)[49]
 
Mircea Diaconu
24 December 1949
(age 69)
Vlădești, Argeș County
MEP (2014-2019)
Minister of Culture (2012)
Senator (2008–2012)
 
Motto: Cu bună credință
(In Good Faith)
Affiliation: none,
supported by The Alliance for One Man (alliance members: Pro Romania, ALDE)
Caragiale Academy of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography, Bucharest (1971)

actor
Intention: 25 August 2019[50]
Official: 27 August 2019[51]
BEC filing: 21 September 2019[52]
BEC validation: 22 September 2019[53]
Second round:
Non-partisan
(10 November 2019)[54]
 
Theodor Paleologu
15 July 1973
(age 46)
Bucharest
Deputy (2008–2016)
Minister of Culture (2008-2009)
Ambassador to Denmark (2005-2008)
 
Motto: Respect, educație, performanță
(Respect, Education, Performance)
Affiliation: PMP
Faculty of Philosophy, University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (1998)

philosophy and political science professor
Intention: 17 July 2019[55]
Official: 25 August 2019[56]
BEC filing: 20 September 2019[57]
BEC validation: 20 September 2019[58]
Second round:
Against Viorica Dăncilă, without openly endorsing Klaus Iohannis
(22 November 2019)[59]
His party, PMP, openly endorsed Klaus Iohannis:
13 November 2019
[60]
 
Hunor Kelemen
18 October 1967
(age 52)
Cârța, Harghita County
Deputy (2000–election day)
Minister of Culture (2009-2012, 2014)
Secretary of State with the Minister of Culture (1997-2000)

Former presidential elections:
2014: 3.47% (8th place)
2009: 3.83% (5th place)
Motto: Respect pentru toți
(Respect for Everyone)

Affiliation: UDMR
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Cluj-Napoca (1993),
Faculty of Philosophy, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca (1998)

veterinarian,
philosophy teacher
Intention: 23 February 2019[61]
Official: 30 August 2019[62]
BEC filing: 21 September 2019[63]
BEC validation: 22 September 2019[64]
Second round:
Endorsed Klaus Iohannis
(10 November 2019)[65]
His organization, UDMR, had a non-partisan stance
(13 November 2019)
[66]
 
Ramona Bruynseels
14 February 1980
(age 39)
Cluj-Napoca, Cluj County
Secretary of State with the General Secretariat of the Government (2017–2018)  
Motto: Fără imunitate
([Politicians] Free of Imunity)
Affiliation: Humanist Power Party
Faculty of Law, Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University, Cluj-Napoca (2002)

jurist
Intention: 8 June 2019[67]
Official: 8 July 2019[68]
BEC filing: 22 September 2019[69]
BEC validation: 24 September 2019[70]
Second round:
Non-partisan
(19 November 2019)[71]
Her party, PPU, advised its followers to do not vote:
18 November 2019
[72]
 
Alexandru Cumpănașu
29 March 1981
(age 38)
Caracal, Olt County
 
Motto: Ori noi, ori ei
([It is] Us or Them)
Affiliation: none
"Ioniță Asan" high-school, Caracal (2000)

civic activist
Intention: 29 August 2019[73]
Official: 2 September 2019[74]
BEC filing: 22 September 2019[75]
BEC validation: 24 September 2019[76]
Second round:
Against Viorica Dăncilă, without openly endorsing Klaus Iohannis
(21 November 2019)[77]
 
Viorel Cataramă
31 January 1955
(age 64)
Bacău, Bacău County
Senator (1996-2000)
Secretary of State with the Ministry of Commerce and Tourism (1991-1992)
 
Motto: Muncești și câștigi
(Work and Win)
Affiliation: Liberal Right Party
Faculty of Commerce, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest (1980)

economist
Intention: 10 June 2019[78]
Official: 31 August 2019[79]
BEC filing: 18 September 2019[80]
BEC rejection: 20 September 2019[81]
CCR appeal: 21 September 2019[82]
CCR approval: 22 September 2019[83]
Second round:
Not voting
(17 November 2019)[84]
 
Bogdan Stanoevici
22 January 1958
(age 61)
Bucharest
Secretary of State with the Minister for Relations with Abroad Romanians (2014)  
Motto: România, din nou acasă
(Romania, Home Again)
Affiliation: none
Caragiale Academy of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography, Bucharest (1982)

actor
Intention: 29 March 2019[85]
Official: 3 May 2019[86]
BEC filing: 22 September 2019
BEC validation: 24 September 2019[87]
Second round:
Endorsed Viorica Dăncilă (14 November 2019)[88]
 
Cătălin Ivan
23 December 1978
(age 40)
Galați, Galați County
MEP (2009-2019)
Iași County Counselor (2005-2009)

Motto: Președinte pentru Români
(President for Romanians)
Affiliation: Alternative for National Dignity
Faculty of Economics and Business Management, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iași (2003)

economist
Intention: 17 September 2019
Official: 17 September 2019[89]
BEC filing: 22 September 2019[90]
BEC validation: 24 September 2019[91]
Second round:
Against Klaus Iohannis, without openly endorsing Viorica Dăncilă
(21 November 2019)[92]
 
Ninel Peia
7 October 1969
(age 50)
Brastavățu, Olt County
Deputy (2012-2016)  
Motto: Un președinte ca niciunul
(A President like Nobody else)
Affiliation: Romanian Nationhood Party
Faculty of Law at an unspecified university in Bucharest (2000)

jurist
Intention: 4 June 2019
Official: 4 June 2019[93]
BEC filing: 22 September 2019[94]
BEC validation: 24 September 2019[95]
Second round:
Endorsed Viorica Dăncilă
(22 November 2019)[96]
 
Sebastian Popescu
12 February 1982
(age 37)
Balș, Olt County
Motto: Pentru o nouă Românie
(For a New Romania)
Affiliation: New Romania Party
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Timișoara (2006)

veterinarian
Intention: 17 June 2018
Official: 17 June 2018[97]
BEC filing: 22 September 2019[94]
BEC validation: 24 September 2019[98]
Second round:
Blank vote
(24 November 2019)[99]
 
John Ion Banu
8 July 1960
(age 59)
Câmpulung, Argeș County
Motto: Certitudinea românilor
(Romanians' Certainity)
Affiliation: Romanian Nation Party
Politehnica University of Bucharest

mechanical engineer
Intention: 13 June 2019
Official: 13 June 2019[100]
BEC filing: 22 September 2019[101]
BEC validation: 24 September 2019[102]
Second round:
Not voting
(18 November 2019)[103]

Candidates who dropped outEdit

Declined to be candidatesEdit

These individuals have been the subject of speculation, but have publicly denied or recanted interest in running for president.

TimelineEdit

Intent
Withdrawn candidate
Campaign before
BEC filing
During BEC screening
During CCR appeal
Validated candidate
President-elect
European elections
BEC filing deadline
First round
Second round
Dacian CioloșEcaterina AndronescuMihai FiforGabriela FireaMihail NeamțuAdrian PapahagiRobert TurcescuSorin CîmpeanuCălin Popescu-TăriceanuCorina CrețuFlorin CălinescuGheorghe FunarMiron CozmaClaudiu CrăciunCătălin IvanKelemen HunorTheodor PaleologuMircea DiaconuDan BarnaViorica DăncilăKlaus Iohannis 

CampaignEdit

The electoral campaign for the first round started on 12 October 2019, 0:00 EET and ended on 9 November 2019, 7:00 EET.[203] The electoral campaign for the second round started on 15 November 2019, 0:00 EET (several hours before the first round results were validated by the Constitutional Court of Romania) and ended on 23 November 2019, 7:00 EET. According to Romanian law, both campaigns must end at least 24 hours before the official poll openings.[204]

ControversiesEdit

The candidate Dan Barna did not comply with the legal requirements regarding the mention of a candidate's first-degree relatives income, in the public declaration of assets (document required in a candidate's file, while registering at the Electoral Board). He stated that his wife income - who was at the time employed at Petrom - was "classified". Soon after the story sparked, he declassified his wife's annual income and changed his assets statement.[205]

According to a media investigation, Dan Barna was allegedly involved in a financial scheme during his entrepreneurship time. He rejected the allegations.[206]

Media released recordings of conversations that the candidate Ramona Bruynseels had with her staff, regarding allegedly dubious acts committed with her campaign funds by Dan Voiculescu, the informal leader of the party that supports her candidacy.[207]

The candidate Ninel Peia was reported missing, during the night of 6–7 November 2019. He was seen leaving the hotel he was lodging in Cluj-Napoca, at 1:17 am, and did not return.[208] The following morning, he was found at Putna Monastery, 195 km away, stating that he went there "to pray".[209]

The candidate Viorel Cataramă was reported as a former informer of the infamous Securitate (Communist Romania's intelligence service). He rejected the allegations.[210]

Alexandru Cumpănașu was accused of either forging his BA degree or lying about being a university graduate. He failed to show a Bachelor degree, while stating that he was a university graduate, without mentioning a university or faculty. He publicly showed an honorary diploma issued by a controversial university of Ukraine, but failed to prove his claimed status of a university graduate. Later on, he mentioned in the documents filed at the Electoral Bureau that he only graduated high-school and did not pursued any university studies. Asked to clear his lack of university studies required for a Master degree or a Doctor degree, he stated "In my opinion, I pursued university studies". [211]

A radio anchor that hosted a live debate warned the candidate Alexandru Cumpănașu to tone down his language, or else he would be facing exclusion from the debate.[212]

In an electoral show broadcast live by the Romanian public TV station TVR1, Alexandru Cumpănașu showed his skills of gun handling, by firing at sitting balloons. Later, he stated that the machine gun was "a toy".[213]

Campaign financingEdit

This is an overview of the money raised by each candidate, as it was reported to the Permanent Electoral Authority.[214] Total raised are the sum of all contributions (private and public).

First roundEdit

For the first round, the candidates have raised a total of 70,258,904.02 lei.[214] Only the candidates that achieved at least 3% of the votes were entitled to be compensated for their private fundings from the state budget. According to Romanian law, the candidates that achieved less than 3% (highlighted in red, in the table below) are not entitled to public compensations. A strange case is the candidate Sebastian Popescu; according to his financial filing, he and his team have not spent any funds, claiming that he used only the online environment for his campaign and no paid ads.[215]

Candidate Total raised (lei) Private funding (lei) Public funding (lei) Efficiency (lei/1%) Efficiency (lei/1 vote)
Iohannis 18,000,000.00 0.00 18,000,000.00 475,938.94 5.16
Dăncilă 18,210,500.00 1,672,500.00 16,538,000.00 818,081.76 8.88
Barna 7,449,531.31 6,984,323.31 179,708.00 495,974.12 5.38
Diaconu 16,294,924.80 15,994,924.80 300,000.00 1,841,234.44 19.99
Paleologu 7,068,975.00 7,068,975.00 0.00 1,235,834.79 13.41
Kelemen 445,000.00 445,000.00 0.00 114,987.08 1.25
Bruynseels 803,398.00 803,398.00 0.00 303,169.06 3.29
Cumpănașu 559,174.91 559,174.91 0.00 365,473.80 3.96
Cataramă 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 0.00 2,452,830.19 26.71
Stanoevici 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 47,619.05 0.51
Ivan 14,400.00 14,400.00 0.00 40,000.00 0.44
Peia 8,000.00 8,000.00 0.00 23,529.41 0.26
Popescu 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Banu 85,000.00 85,000.00 0.00 283,333.33 3.06
Total 70,258,904.02 34,955,696.02 35,303,208.00 702,589.04 7.62

Second roundEdit

For the second round, the two remaining candidates have raised a total of 1,956,000 lei.[216]

Candidate Total raised (lei) Private funding (lei) Public funding (lei) Efficiency (lei/1%) Efficiency (lei/1 vote)
Iohannis 400,000.00 0.00 400,000.00 6,052.35 0.06
Dăncilă 1,556,000.00 1,456,800.00 99,200.00 45,886.17 0.47
Total 1,956,000.00 1,456,800.00 499,200.00 19,560.00 0.20

DebatesEdit

 
 
Debates #1, #3-7 and #9-18:
Bucharest
 
Debate #2:
Târgu Mureș
 
Debate #8: Iași
Sites of the presidential debates

In order for a debate to be counted, there must be at least two candidates present. Situation such as: one candidate with one or multiple interviewers; one candidate with a representative (or more) of other candidate(s); only representatives of candidates (no matter how many candidates were represented); one candidate debating a previously recorded video of other candidate(s); short live statements of a candidate (via telephone or video streaming) inserted during a show with only one (other) candidate; short coincidental encounters of candidates (in a non-previously organized debate) that spoke to each other (and were recorded, even on professional cameras in TV studios) are not to be considered proper debates. Any debate must be publicly broadcast. Negotiations behind closed doors, "strategic meetings" among candidates or any other type of discreet talks are not proper debates, even if their content (or bits of it) was released to the public, even if the candidates approved its release.[citation needed]

Debates may be broadcast on radio, television or internet. Candidates may show up in person or participate to the debate via telephone or video streaming for the entire debate time. Candidates that left the debate before 10% of the debate time elapsed (after few words or few minutes) are to be considered as absentees and their leaving noted as such. In this particular situation (if will occur), the debate is considered a valid one, because at least two candidates were present at its beginning. Candidates that left before the debate's ending are considered present, with their particular situation noted as such.[citation needed]

ScheduleEdit

Debate schedule
Debate Date Time
(EET)
Viewers Broadcast type Location Sponsor(s) Moderator(s) Reference(s)
1 16 October 2019 12–1 pm TBA live radio Radio Romania,
Casa Radio,
Bucharest
Radio România Actualități Iana Ioniță [217]
2 22 October 2019 6:30–7:30 pm TBA live TV Romanian Television Regional Mureș HQ,
Târgu Mureș
TVR3 [218]
3 22 October 2019 8–9 pm TBA live TV Realitatea TV studios,
Willbrook Platinum Center,
Bucharest
Realitatea TV Denise Rifai [219]
4 24 October 2019 12–1 pm TBA live radio Radio Romania,
Casa Radio,
Bucharest
Radio România Actualități Iana Ioniță [220]
5 24 October 2019 5:15–6:30 pm TBA live TV Național TV studios,
"Național Media" Center,
Bucharest
Național TV Denis Ciulinaru,
Mircea Coșea
[221]
6 25 October 2019 5:15–6:30 pm TBA live TV Național TV studios,
"Național Media" Center,
Bucharest
Național TV Denis Ciulinaru,
Mircea Coșea
[222]
7 25 October 2019 8–9 pm 425,000[223] live TV Antena 3 studios,
IRIDE Business Park,
Bucharest
Antena 3 Răzvan Dumitrescu [224]
8 26 October 2019 1–3 pm 346 online viewers (Facebook),
150-200 present on location
video streaming,
public forum
Agora Events Center,
Iași
Youth Summit unspecified name [225][226][227]
9 27 October 2019 1–2 pm TBA live TV Antena 3 studios,
IRIDE Business Park,
Bucharest
Antena 3 Mihaela Bîrzilă [228][229]
10 30 October 2019 4–5 pm TBA live TV București TV studio,
Romexpo, G6 pavilion,
Bucharest
București TV Victor Preda [230][231]
11 1 November 2019 4–5:45 pm TBA live TV B1 studio,
Adriatica building,
Bucharest
B1 TV Tudor Barbu
12 2 November 2019 5–6 pm TBA live TV Antena 3 studios,
IRIDE Business Park,
Bucharest
Antena 3 Maria Coman [232]
13 4 November 2019 8–9 pm TBA live TV Romanian Television HQ,
Bucharest
TVR1 Ionuț Cristache [233][234]
14 7 November 2019 5:15–6:30 pm TBA live TV Național TV studios,
"Național Media" Center,
Bucharest
Național TV Denis Ciulinaru,
Mircea Coșea
[235]
15 7 November 2019 8:30–10:30 pm 882,244 online viewers (YouTube and media websites)[236]
721.000 online viewers (Facebook)[237]
live radio,
video streaming
Europa FM HQ,
Bucharest
Europa FM Moise Guran [238]
16 7 November 2019 9–10 pm TBA live TV Romanian Television HQ,
Bucharest
TVR1 Ionuț Cristache [239]
17 8 November 2019 7–8 pm TBA live TV Antena 3 studios,
IRIDE Business Park,
Bucharest
Antena 3 Răzvan Dumitrescu [240]
18 8 November 2019 9–10 pm TBA live TV Romanian Television HQ,
Bucharest
TVR1 Ionuț Cristache

ParticipationEdit

The following is a table of participating candidates in each debate:

Participating candidates
Candidate

 P  Present  N  Not invited/Invitation declined  A  Absent (Invitation accepted, but candidate failed to show up)

Total Interaction
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Iohannis N N N N N N N N N N N N N N A N N N 0 0/13
Dăncilă N N N N N N N N N N N N N N A N N N 0 0/13
Barna A N N N N N N N N N N N N N P N N N 1 2/13
Diaconu N N N N N N N N N N N N N N A N P P 2 3/13
Paleologu N N P N N N N P N N N N P N P N N N 4 3/13
Kelemen N N P A N N N P N N N N N N P N N N 3 2/13
Bruynseels N N N N N P N N N P N P N P N N P N 5 5/13
Cumpănașu N P N P N N P N P N N P N N N N P P 7 6/13
Cataramă N P N N N N P N N N N N N N N N N N 2 1/13
Stanoevici N N N N N P N N P P N N N N N N N N 3 3/13
Ivan N N N P P N N N N N P P P P N N N N 6 6/13
Peia P N N P N P N N P N N N N N N N P N 5 7/13
Popescu P N N N P N N N N N N N N N N P N N 3 3/13
Banu P N N N N N N N N N P N N N N P N N 3 3/13
Electoral Coverage 0.97 2.06 9.59 2.23 0.69 3.41 2.06 9.59 2.29 3.07 0.66 4.54 6.08 3.01 24.61 0.63 13.37 10.38 N/A N/A

Opinion pollsEdit

First roundEdit

After the deadline for submitting candidacies to BEC (22 September 2019)Edit

Poll source Date(s) Sample size
Cumpănașu
Popescu
  Election results (first round) 37.82% 22.26% 15.02% 8.85% 5.72% 3.87% 2.65% 1.53% 0.53% 0.42% 0.36% 0.34% 0.33% 0.30%
IRES Exit-poll N/A 38.4% 21.9% 16.1% 8.3% 5.9% 4.7% 2.0% 1.1% 0.4% 0.4% 0.2% 0.3% 0.2% 0.1%
CURS-Avangarde Exit-poll N/A 39.0% 22.1% 16.9% 7.8% 6.1% 4.0% 1.8% 1.1% 0.3% 0.2% 0.3% 0.2% 0.1% 0.1%
Sociopol Exit-poll N/A 42% 18% 16% 10% 5% 3% 2% 2% ≤0.2% 0.5% 1% ≤0.2% ≤0.2% ≤0.2%
PSD 7 November 2019 N/A 41% 26% 12% 7% 6% 2% 4% 2%
4 November 2019 Orban sworn in as Prime Minister of Romania, following a vote of confidence from the parliament
USR 25 October–3 November 2019 1,225 38.9% 22.6% 19.1% 8.2% 5.5% 3.6% 2.1%
IMAS 8–28 October 2019 1,010 45.7% 15.1% 12.6% 16.7% 6.9% 2.9% 0.1%
PMP 27 October 2019 N/A 40% 19% 13% 7% 8% 4% 3% 1.5%
USR 15–23 October 2019 1,500 39.0% 23.4% 18.5% 8.0% 3.8% 3.9% 3.4%
Sociopol 11–22 October 2019 1,001 42% 21% 10% 10% 7% 1% 3% 5% 1%
CURS 14–21 October 2019 1,600 37% 20% 13% 11% 6% 4% 4% 4% 1%
PNL 17 October 2019 N/A 40% 13% 12% 9% 7% 19%
10 October Dăncilă ousted as Prime Minister of Romania, following a vote of no confidence from the parliament
Sociopol 6 October 2019 N/A 43% 21% 15% 11% 4% 6%
PSD 4 October 2019 N/A 40% 18% 20% 13% 7% 2%
IMAS 9–28 September 2019 1,010 45.3% 12.4% 14.2% 16.6% 7.7% 3.8%
USR 3–24 September 2019 1,500 40.5% 21.4% 19.7% 7.6% 3.5% 3.1% 4.2%

Before the deadline for submitting candidacies to BEC (22 September 2019)Edit

Poll source Date(s) Sample size
Others
Undecided
Socio-Data 16–20 September 2019 1,070 40 19 16 15 5 3 endorsed Diaconu endorsed Paleologu endorsed Barna N/A endorsed Dăncilă endorsed Iohannis 2 N/A
Socio-Data 9–13 September 2019 1,070 46 17 14 11 4 2 endorsed Diaconu endorsed Paleologu endorsed Barna N/A endorsed Dăncilă endorsed Iohannis 6 N/A
Socio-Data 2–6 September 2019 1,070 49 14 14 12 6 3 endorsed Diaconu endorsed Paleologu endorsed Barna N/A endorsed Dăncilă endorsed Iohannis 2 N/A
30 August 2019 Kelemen officially announced his candidacy
Verifield 26–30 August 2019 1,000 43 18 14 15 6 1 endorsed Diaconu endorsed Paleologu endorsed Barna N/A endorsed Dăncilă endorsed Iohannis 3 N/A
Socio-Data 26–30 August 2019 1,070 43 16 18 15 6 1 endorsed Diaconu endorsed Paleologu endorsed Barna N/A endorsed Dăncilă endorsed Iohannis 3 N/A
27 August 2019 Diaconu officially announced his candidacy
26 August 2019 ALDE withdrew from governmental coalition and moved to opposition
25 August 2019 Paleologu officially announced his candidacy
IMAS 5–28 August 2019 1,010 44.6 8.4 N/A 17.3 N/A 2.4 14.0 12.7 0.6 endorsed Barna N/A endorsed Dăncilă endorsed Iohannis N/A
CURS 19 July–5 August 2019 1,600 39 14 N/A 17 N/A 4 18 endorsed Barna N/A endorsed Dăncilă endorsed Iohannis 8 N/A
IMAS 15 July–2 August 2019 1,010 41.7 7.5 N/A 9.4 N/A 2.8 12.9 13.8 1.5 10.4 N/A endorsed Dăncilă endorsed Iohannis N/A
23 July 2019 Dăncilă officially announced her candidacy
13 July 2019 Barna officially announced his candidacy
CURS 28 June–8 July 2019 1,067 41 N/A 9 N/A 2 21 4 11 N/A 5 endorsed Iohannis 7 23
IMAS 7–26 June 2019 1,010 42.4 6.7 N/A 5.3 N/A 1.8 14.1 15.5 1.6 12.7 N/A endorsed Iohannis N/A
27 May 2019 Dragnea convicted to three and a half years in prison; political rights suspended
26 May 2019   European elections: Diaconu did not run for re-election; Crețu, Tomac and Cioloș were elected MEPs
IMAS 2–20 May 2019 1,010 43.5 N/A N/A 1.9 N/A 1.2 11.6 19.8 2.1 13.0 7.0 N/A endorsed Iohannis N/A
INSCOP 12 April–3 May 2019 1,050 45.8 N/A N/A N/A 3.2 18.0 6.5 9.9 14.3 N/A endorsed Iohannis 2.2 N/A
IMAS 12–25 April 2019 1,010 42.7 N/A N/A 2.5 N/A 1.2 14.5 18.3 2.2 10.0 8.7 N/A endorsed Iohannis N/A
IMAS 18 March–3 April 2019 1,010 44.3 N/A N/A 1.7 N/A 1.1 12.4 16.1 2.2 11.7 8.0 N/A 2.5 N/A
CURS 12–25 March 2019 1,067 36 N/A N/A N/A 4 23 6 3 9 15 N/A 4 26
IMAS 1–21 February 2019 1,010 41.4 N/A N/A 1.5 N/A 1.5 15.0 18.0 1.9 11.7 6.0 N/A 3.0 N/A
CURS 21 January–6 February 2019 1,067 41 N/A N/A 4 N/A 21 9 17 N/A 8 34
IMAS 11–30 January 2019 1,011 34.4 N/A N/A 1.9 N/A 0.8 13.2 15.4 1.5 10.9 6.0 N/A 2.3 5.4 8.2
PNL 27 January 2019 26,000 30 N/A N/A N/A 3 12 16 10 N/A 17 12
17 January 2019 Crețu resigns from PSD and joins Pro Romania
IMAS 4–20 December 2018 1,010 34.9 N/A N/A 2.3 N/A 0.7 12.7 12.9 1.8 9.2 5.3 N/A 3.5 16.8
18 December 2018 Cioloș joins PLUS, soon to become its president
CURS 24 November–9 December 2018 1,067 39 N/A N/A 3 N/A 2 25 11 12 N/A 8 32
CURS 20 September–1 October 2018 1,067 40 N/A N/A N/A 2 29 1 10 13 N/A 5 33
9 July 2018 Kövesi was revoked from the office of Chief Prosecutor of the National Anticorruption Directorate, following the request of the Justice Minister
CURS 23 June–1 July 2018 1,067 43 N/A N/A N/A 3 22 2 10 12 N/A 8 28
23 June 2018 Iohannis officially announced his candidacy
CURS 27 April–8 May 2018 1,067 39 N/A N/A N/A 3 22 2 4 22 N/A 8 39
29 January 2018 Dăncilă sworn in as Prime Minister of Romania
16 January 2018 Tudose resigned as Prime Minister of Romania, following PSD retracted the political support
CURS 23 November 2017 1,067 37 N/A N/A 3 N/A 4 13 1 N/A 37 5 32
4 September 2017 Ponta joins Pro Romania, soon to become its president
29 June 2017 Tudose sworn in as Prime Minister of Romania, following a vote of confidence from the parliament
21 June 2017 Grindeanu ousted from the office of Prime Minister of Romania, following a vote of no confidence from the parliament
16 June 2017 Ponta excluded from PSD, following his nomination as minister in the Grindeanu Cabinet
4 January 2017 Grindeanu sworn in as Prime Minister of Romania, following legislative elections
11 December 2016   Legislative elections: Tăriceanu and Teodorovici elected senators; Barna, Kelemen, Ponta, Dragnea and Tomac elected deputies; Paleologu, Peia and Orban did not run for re-election
23 June 2016   Local elections: Firea elected Mayor of Bucharest
17 November 2015 Cioloș (independent) sworn in as Prime Minister of Romania, following a vote of confidence from the parliament
5 November 2015 Ponta resigned as Prime Minister of Romania, following public protests caused by Colectiv nightclub fire
19 June 2015 ALDE founded from the merger of PLR and PC; Tăriceanu becomes its co-president
21 December 2014 Iohannis assumed the office of president of Romania
  2014 elections round 2 54.43 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 45.56 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
  2014 elections round 1 30.37 N/A N/A N/A N/A 3.47 40.44 5.36 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 20.36 N/A

In-depths polling analysisEdit

Candidate Election results Exit-polls Last 1–30 days Last 31–60 days Last 61–90 days Last 3–6 months Last 6–9 months Last 9–12 months
Klaus Iohannis 37.82%   38.4-42%   37-45.7%   40-46%   43-49%   39-43.5%   36-45.8%  
36-46.8%  [a]
30-41%
30-41%[a]
Viorica Dăncilă 22.26%   18-22.1%   13-26%   12.4-21.4%   8.4-18%   6.7-14%  
5-14%  [b]
not polled
6-15%  [c]
not polled
5.3-17%[d]
Dan Barna 15.02%   16-16.9%   10-19.1%   11-20%   12-17.3%   1.9-17%  
9-19.8%  [e]
1.5-2.5%  
9-13.4%  [e]
1.9-4%
10-14%[e]
Mircea Diaconu 8.85%   7.8-10%   7-16.7%   7.6-16.6%   14-18%  
14-26.7%  [f]
not polled
18-31.4%  [g]
not polled
24.5-33%  [g]
not polled
21-28.6%[h]
Theodor Paleologu 5.72%   5-6.1%   3.8-8%   3.5-7.7%   6%  
0.6-6%  [i]
not polled
1.5-2.1%  [j]
not polled
1.9-3%  [j]
not polled
1.5-1.8%[j]
Kelemen Hunor 3.87%   3-4.7%   1-4%   2-3.8%   1-3%   1.2-4%   1.1-4%   0.7-3%
Ramona Bruynseels 2.65%   1.8-2%   3-4% not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled
Alexandru Cumpănașu 1.53%   1.1-2%   2-5% not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled
Viorel Cataramă 0.53%   0.3-0.4% not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled
Bogdan Stanoevici 0.42%   0.2-0.4% not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled
Cătălin Ivan 0.36%   0.2-1% not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled
Ninel Peia 0.34%   0.2-0.3% not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled
Sebastian Popescu 0.33%   0.1-0.2% not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled
John Ion Banu 0.30%   0.1% not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled not polled

Notes

  1. ^ Ludovic Orban's support added
  2. ^ Liviu Dragnea's and Eugen Teodorovici's support added
  3. ^ Preceded by Liviu Dragnea's support
  4. ^ Preceded by Liviu Dragnea's and Gabriela Firea's support
  5. ^ Dacian Cioloș' support added
  6. ^ Victor Ponta's and Călin Popescu Tăriceanu's support added
  7. ^ Preceded by Victor Ponta's, Călin Popescu Tăriceanu's and Corina Crețu's support
  8. ^ Preceded by Victor Ponta's and Călin Popescu Tăriceanu's support
  9. ^ Eugen Tomac's support added
  10. ^ Preceded by Eugen Tomac's support

Graphical summaryEdit

The following graph depicts the evolution of the standing of each candidate in the poll aggregators since December 2018. The last value is the exit-polls average.

 
Polling aggregationEdit

The following graph depicts the evolution of the standing of each present candidate, including former party candidates and alliance candidates since December 2018. Klaus Iohannis includes Ludovic Orban's previous evolution, Viorica Dăncilă includes Liviu Dragnea's previous evolution with Eugen Teodorovici's and Gabriela Firea's previous support, Theodor Paleologu includes Eugen Tomac's previous evolution, Dan Barna's evolution is aggregated with Dacian Cioloș' evolution and Mircea Diaconu's evolution is aggregated with Victor Ponta's, Corina Crețu's and Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu's added evolution. The last value is the exit-polls average.

 

Second roundEdit

Iohannis vs. DăncilăEdit

Poll source Date(s) Sample size Iohannis Dăncilă Margin of error
  Election results (second round) 66.09% 33.91% N/A
CURS-Avangarde Exit-poll 23,000+ 64.5% 35.5% ±2.5%
Sociopol Exit-poll N/A 67% 33% ±2.56%
IRES Exit-poll N/A 67.1% 32.9% ±2%
PSD 11 November 2019 N/A 66% 34% N/A
CURS 27 August–2 September 2019 1,067 65% 35% ±3%

Iohannis vs. BarnaEdit

Poll source Date(s) Sample size Iohannis Barna Undecided None Margin of error
USR 15–23 October 2019 N/A 39.8%   24.0%   27.4%   8.8%   N/A
USR 3–24 September 2019 1,500 44.2% 22.2% 27.5% 6.0% N/A
CURS 27 August–2 September 2019 1,067 63% 37% N/A N/A ±3%

Iohannis vs. DiaconuEdit

Poll source Date(s) Sample size Iohannis Diaconu Margin of error
CURS 27 August–2 September 2019 1,067 62% 38% ±3%

Iohannis vs. TăriceanuEdit

Poll source Date(s) Sample size Iohannis Tăriceanu Undecided None Margin of error
INSCOP 12 April–3 May 2019 1,050 38.1% 26.0% 26.8% 9.0% ±3%

Iohannis vs. CioloșEdit

Poll source Date(s) Sample size Iohannis Cioloș Undecided None Margin of error
INSCOP 12 April–3 May 2019 1,050 33.7% 14.6% 38.0% 13.7% ±3%

Iohannis vs. DragneaEdit

Poll source Date(s) Sample size Iohannis Dragnea Undecided None Margin of error
INSCOP 12 April–3 May 2019 1,050 41.6% 18.0% 29.1% 11.2% ±3%

Iohannis vs. FireaEdit

Poll source Date(s) Sample size Iohannis Firea Undecided None Margin of error
INSCOP 12 April–3 May 2019 1,050 37.4%   21%   31.3% 10.3% ±3%
Avangarde 3–12 May 2017 800 40% 44% 6% 10% ±3.47%

ResultsEdit

The first round of voting was held on 10 November 2019. Because no candidate obtained the support of more than 50% of registered voters,[241] the second round was held two weeks later, on 24 November 2019, with incumbent president Klaus Iohannis, of the ruling National Liberal Party (PNL), and former prime-minister Viorica Dăncilă, of the opposition Social Democratic Party (PSD), (the candidates placed first and second in the first round) ran against each other.[242][243]

Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Klaus Iohannis National Liberal Party 3,485,292 37.82 6,509,135 66.09
Viorica Dăncilă Social Democratic Party 2,051,725 22.26 3,339,922 33.91
Dan Barna 2020 USR - PLUS Alliance 1,384,450 15.02
Mircea Diaconu Alliance for "One Man" (PRO - ALDE) 815,201 8.85
Theodor Paleologu People's Movement Party 527,098 5.72
Hunor Kelemen Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania 357,014 3.87
Ramona Bruynseels Humanist Power Party 244,275 2.65
Alexandru Cumpănașu Independent 141,316 1.53
Viorel Cataramă Liberal Right Party 48,662 0.53
Bogdan Stanoevici Independent 39,192 0.42
Cătălin Ivan Alternative for National Dignity 32,787 0.36
Ninel Peia Romania Nationhood Party 30,884 0.34
Sebastian Popescu New Romania Party 30,850 0.33
John Ion Banu Romanian Nation Party 27,769 0.30
Invalid/blank votes 142,961 182,648
Total 9,359,673 100 10,031,762 100
Registered voters/turnout 18,286,865 51.18 18,217,411 55.07
Sources: BEC (first round); BEC (second round)
37.82% 15.02% 13.78% 22.26%
Klaus Iohannis (PNL) Dan Barna (USR-PLUS) Others Viorica Dăncilă (PSD)

Dan Barna openly endorsed Klaus Iohannis in the second round. Theodor Paleologu (lightgreen) positioned himself as against Viorica Dăncilă, without openly endorsing Klaus Iohannis (his party, PMP, openly endorsed Klaus Iohannis). Kelemen Hunor (green) openly endorsed Klaus Iohannis in the second round (his organization, UDMR, position itself as non-partisan). Alexandru Cumpănașu (small red stripe) positioned himself against Viorica Dăncilă, without openly endorsing Klaus Iohannis.

66.09% 33.91%
Klaus Iohannis (PNL) Viorica Dăncilă (PSD)

By countyEdit

First roundEdit

County Iohannis
(PNL)
Dăncilă
(PSD)
Barna
(USR-PLUS)
Diaconu
(PRO-ALDE)
Paleologu
(PMP)
Kelemen
(UDMR)
Bruynseels
(PPU)
Cumpănașu
(Ind.)
Cataramă
(DL)
Stanoevici
(Ind.)
Ivan
(ADN)
Peia
(PNeR)
Popescu
(PNR)
Banu
(PNRo)
Alba 51.76% 17.33% 11.40% 6.23% 5.32% 2.25% 2.71% 1.04% 0.62% 0.27% 0.33% 0.22% 0.24% 0.30%
Arad 43.30% 17.29% 13.97% 8.19% 6.74% 4.18% 2.83% 1.49% 0.50% 0.39% 0.24% 0.30% 0.29% 0.29%
Argeș 30.19% 30.88% 12.31% 14.03% 5.12% 0.26% 3.18% 1.76% 0.57% 0.44% 0.31% 0.32% 0.32% 0.33%
Bacău 36.98% 25.68% 13.07% 9.96% 5.26% 0.72% 3.32% 1.57% 0.98% 0.50% 0.54% 0.52% 0.48% 0.43%
Bihor 36.03% 18.59% 11.40% 7.89% 5.63% 15.39% 2.21% 1.11% 0.42% 0.27% 0.24% 0.31% 0.24% 0.26%
Bistrița-Năsăud 48.76% 20.05% 10.22% 5.97% 6.15% 3.13% 2.45% 1.07% 0.40% 0.25% 0.61% 0.25% 0.31% 0.38%
Botoșani 31.08% 34.16% 8.79% 12.46% 4.61% 0.48% 3.13% 1.85% 1.16% 0.45% 0.54% 0.38% 0.48% 0.43%
Brașov 41.92% 15.21% 18.05% 9.68% 5.38% 3.31% 2.76% 1.25% 0.47% 0.49% 0.48% 0.36% 0.33% 0.29%
Brăila 33.24% 31.12% 9.58% 12.15% 4.66% 0.36% 3.89% 1.89% 0.80% 0.58% 0.55% 0.38% 0.43% 0.38%
Bucharest 31.77% 17.89% 24.83% 11.30% 8.07% 0.21% 2.48% 1.16% 0.53% 0.67% 0.28% 0.39% 0.25% 0.17%
Buzău 29.69% 34.56% 9.78% 13.42% 4.27% 0.31% 3.63% 1.75% 0.65% 0.43% 0.39% 0.39% 0.37% 0.38%
Caraș-Severin 38.48% 30.86% 8.70% 9.10% 5.66% 0.57% 3.01% 1.36% 0.50% 0.43% 0.29% 0.29% 0.37% 0.39%
Călărași 37.62% 31.84% 9.16% 9.32% 3.69% 0.34% 3.06% 2.26% 0.68% 0.45% 0.39% 0.45% 0.41% 0.33%
Cluj 42.09% 10.43% 20.18% 5.94% 8.70% 7.80% 2.52% 0.72% 0.43% 0.27% 0.19% 0.25% 0.24% 0.23%
Constanța 40.15% 20.24% 15.77% 9.73% 6.43% 0.26% 3.09% 1.65% 0.66% 0.56% 0.35% 0.37% 0.41% 0.32%
Covasna 16.66% 6.91% 5.95% 3.91% 2.04% 61.39% 3.09% 1.65% 0.28% 0.23% 0.17% 0.19% 0.21% 0.22%
Dâmbovița 35.77% 32.49% 9.64% 10.18% 4.74% 0.26% 2.56% 1.81% 0.68% 0.41% 0.47% 0.25% 0.35% 0.38%
Dolj 31.96% 36.87% 11.40% 9.76% 3.79% 0.28% 2.31% 1.67% 0.48% 0.32% 0.33% 0.28% 0.27% 0.27%
Galați 34.44% 27.17% 13.31% 11.38% 5.73% 0.37% 3.46% 1.63% 0.53% 0.52% 0.39% 0.32% 0.37% 0.38%
Giurgiu 30.50% 42.85% 7.65% 9.89% 3.06% 0.29% 2.13% 1.61% 0.46% 0.41% 0.34% 0.25% 0.32% 0.23%
Gorj 30.06% 37.54% 9.83% 9.48% 5.22% 0.48% 3.33% 1.54% 0.44% 0.33% 0.88% 0.23% 0.35% 0.30%
Harghita 9.45% 4.10% 3.75% 1.83% 1.19% 77.73% 0.72% 0.32% 0.17% 0.12% 0.11% 0.24% 0.15% 0.13%
Hunedoara 34.40% 29.73% 11.06% 9.81% 5.08% 1.82% 4.35% 1.40% 0.57% 0.48% 0.32% 0.37% 0.33% 0.29%
Ialomița 32.13% 32.71% 11.11% 11.73% 4.22% 0.44% 3.05% 2.09% 0.64% 0.43% 0.37% 0.33% 0.40% 0.35%
Iași 36.30% 21.35% 17.87% 9.53% 7.85% 0.28% 2.60% 1.52% 0.51% 0.41% 0.74% 0.36% 0.37% 0.31%
Ilfov 39.27% 18.57% 19.46% 9.55% 6.32% 0.21% 2.61% 1.57% 0.60% 0.61% 0.28% 0.43% 0.31% 0.21%
Maramureș 40.08% 20.67% 13.85% 7.34% 7.97% 3.72% 2.93% 1.17% 0.42% 0.33% 0.31% 0.34% 0.33% 0.40%
Mehedinți 34.84% 39.79% 6.68% 9.76% 3.39% 0.40% 2.09% 1.21% 0.47% 0.29% 0.30% 0.30% 0.22% 0.26%
Mureș 34.81% 13.46% 11.10% 5.98% 3.69% 26.29% 2.16% 0.98% 0.30% 0.23% 0.25% 0.21% 0.26% 0.29%
Neamț 36.46% 26.09% 12.13% 11.12% 5.87% 0.41% 3.13% 1.74% 0.64% 0.52% 0.48% 0.47% 0.51% 0.42%
Olt 29.72% 42.99% 7.36% 8.05% 3.12% 0.28% 2.23% 4.42% 0.47% 0.28% 0.29% 0.26% 0.30% 0.23%
Prahova 38.71% 22.97% 14.08% 10.07% 6.03% 0.29% 3.30% 1.67% 0.67% 0.61% 0.47% 0.39% 0.40% 0.32%
Satu Mare 35.86% 15.45% 9.07% 6.14% 3.16% 26.22% 1.72% 0.77% 0.28% 0.21% 0.26% 0.20% 0.30% 0.37%
Sălaj 33.97% 17.74% 15.44% 5.68% 4.53% 17.82% 2.30% 0.79% 0.38% 0.19% 0.45% 0.19% 0.23% 0.29%
Sibiu 66.74% 9.71% 11.06% 4.93% 3.39% 0.78% 1.40% 0.61% 0.27% 0.20% 0.20% 0.26% 0.19% 0.27%
Suceava 39.33% 24.93% 10.74% 10.00% 7.04% 0.36% 2.80% 1.82% 0.75% 0.44% 0.48% 0.48% 0.46% 0.36%
Teleorman 30.09% 47.27% 6.56% 6.72% 3.78% 0.28% 2.12% 1.46% 0.43% 0.31% 0.29% 0.19% 0.27% 0.22%
Timiș 43.82% 13.94% 20.96% 7.41% 6.53% 1.46% 2.82% 1.11% 0.45% 0.38% 0.23% 0.28% 0.29% 0.32%
Tulcea 39.27% 23.40% 12.61% 9.97% 5.75% 0.46% 3.51% 1.99% 0.82% 0.49% 0.41% 0.34% 0.53% 0.44%
Vaslui 33.16% 32.24% 12.15% 9.16% 5.33% 0.57% 2.74% 1.98% 0.63% 0.35% 0.47% 0.33% 0.47% 0.43%
Vâlcea 36.61% 32.56% 10.05% 9.69% 4.27% 0.41% 2.82% 1.52% 0.34% 0.33% 0.30% 0.37% 0.35% 0.35%
Vrancea 40.74% 28.17% 10.07% 9.10% 4.79% 0.32% 2.65% 1.63% 0.62% 0.43% 0.38% 0.33% 0.42% 0.35%
Abroad 52.57% 2.68% 28.10% 3.61% 6.42% 0.51% 1.70% 2.43% 0.31% 0.42% 0.19% 0.36% 0.39% 0.30%

Second roundEdit

County Iohannis
(PNL)
Dăncilă
(PSD)
Alba 73.43% 26.57%
Arad 69.66% 30.34%
Argeș 52.19% 47.81%
Bacău 62.02% 37.98%
Bihor 66.11% 33.89%
Bistrița-Năsăud 71.90% 28.10%
Botoșani 50.22% 49.78%
Brașov 73.55% 26.45%
Brăila 54.04% 45.96%
Bucharest 67.52% 32.48%
Buzău 50.38% 49.62%
Caraș-Severin 56.52% 43.48%
Călărași 53.91% 46.09%
Cluj 81.18% 18.82%
Constanța 68.47% 31.53%
Covasna 72.93% 27.07%
Dâmbovița 53.80% 46.20%
Dolj 51.79% 48.21%
Galați 60.18% 39.82%
Giurgiu 45.18% 54.82%
Gorj 48.10% 51.90%
Harghita 70.37% 29.63%
Hunedoara 54.79% 45.21%
Ialomița 52.21% 47.79%
Iași 66.21% 33.79%
Ilfov 68.23% 31.77%
Maramureș 68.12% 31.88%
Mehedinți 48.03% 51.97%
Mureș 73.60% 26.40%
Neamț 58.72% 41.28%
Olt 45.59% 54.41%
Prahova 64.39% 36.61%
Satu Mare 72.56% 27.44%
Sălaj 69.15% 30.85%
Sibiu 85.28% 14.72%
Suceava 61.35% 38.65%
Teleorman 40.83% 59.17%
Timiș 76.32% 23.64%
Tulcea 64.65% 35.35%
Vaslui 54.14% 45.86%
Vâlcea 53.59% 46.41%
Vrancea 59.30% 40.70%
Abroad 94.00% 6.00%

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