Nikos Christodoulides was the clear favourite across the districts in Cyprus, leading in three of them, while his runoff opponent Andreas Mavroyiannis lead in one district and abroad, results showed on Sunday.
According to the official results of the first round, Christodoulides led in the capital, Limassol, and Paphos, while Mavroyiannis was first in Larnaca and abroad.
The majority of votes in Famagusta went to Disy-backed Averof Neophytou. He received 30.49 per cent of the vote there.
In Nicosia, Christodoulides received 30.28 per cent of the vote, in Limassol 33.59 per cent, and in his home district of Paphos he took 50.18 per cent of the vote.
Mavroyiannis, who led in Larnaca, took 35.06 per cent of the vote there, while abroad 35.59 per cent supported him with their vote.