Incumbent president - 43.67 pct; Trzaskowski 30.34 pct - partial results

Voter turnout in the Sunday presidential election reached 64.4 percent, said the State Electoral Commission. Mateusz Marek/PAP

Incumbent President Andrzej Duda won 43.67 pct of the vote in the Sunday presidential election while his main rival Rafał Trzaskowski - 30.34 pct, the State Electoral Commission said on Monday morning, having published results from 99.78 pct of polling stations.

The right-wing incumbent president and his main contender, the centrist Civic Coalition candidate, will meet in the second round of presidential elections on July 12.

Independent candidate Szymon Hołownia was third with a 13.85 percent of the vote.

Krzysztof Bosak (right-wing Confederation) won 6.75 percent, Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz (Polish Coalition) - 2.37 percent and Robert Biedroń (Left) - 2.21 percent.

Voter turnout in the Sunday presidential election reached 64.4 percent.