In the election, the PD was the most voted list with 26.8% (resulting in 20 seats, including Serracchiani's), but the combined result of the PdL and its sister-list "Responsible Autonomy" (comprising PdL members, centre-right independents and the Friulian Autonomist Movement) was 30.7% (resulting in a total of 13 seats including Tondo's). Other than LNF (8.3%, 3 seats), two other regional parties, Citizens for the President (5.3%, 3 seats) and Slovene Union (1.4%, 1 seat, Slovene minority), gained seats in the Regional Council.
On the same day of the regional election, also provincial and municipal elections were held. LNF's Pietro Fontanini was re-elected President of the Province of Udine by beating PD's Andrea Lerussi 50.0% to 41.1%. In the occasion, the separatistFriulian Front made its debut in electoral politics with 5.7% of the vote. In Udine no candidate for mayor passed the required 50%; a run-off will be held on 5–6 May.