Kudos to the French pollsters, they did an impressive job estimating voter preferences. 'Bout a week ago, I posted a chart
illustrating party preferences according to the average of the three latest polls at the time. The results of the regional elections track those numbers pretty closely - within a single percentage point for almost all the parties, actually. The single exception is that a couple percentage points' worth of National Front voters seem to have pretended to the pollsters that they were going to vote for Sarkozy's UMP.
The website of the French Ministry of Interior only identifies the results
by political current - something of a necessity because individual parties contested the elections in alliances that varied somewhat from region to region; but Wikipedia specifies the parties involved in each current with a little more detail
3,4% Far left parties (mainly the post/Trotskyite Workers Struggle and New Anti-Capitalist parties) *
5,8% The Left Front and allies (Communist Party, Left Party, minor allies)
29,1% Socialist Party and allies (23,5% for Socialist Party lists + 5,6% for united leftwing lists)
12,2% Europe Ecology
3,1% Various other leftwing lists
53,6% TOTAL LEFT
4,2% MoDem (Democratic Movement) and allies
1,9% Various other lists
0,8% Regionalist lists
6,9% TOTAL CENTRE
1,2% Various other rightwing lists
26,0% Presidential Majority
11,4% National Front
0,9% Various other far right lists
39,5% TOTAL RIGHT
Turnout was at an unprecedented low: just 46% of eligible voters came to the ballot box, down sharply from 62% in 2004.
There's a good map and overview of the results by region on the site of the Liberation newspaper
* News items last night - going on exit polls I suppose? - broke down the numbers for the far left as 2.5% for the Anti-Capitalist Party and 1.3% for Workers' Struggle. Doesn't quite add up to the pooled 3.4% of the official results, but those should roughly be the proportions then.