The Russian president will lead Russia for another six years, after securing an expected victory in the presidential election.
With 50% of the vote counted he had received 75% of the vote, the central election commission said.
The main opposition leader, was barred from the race.
Addressing a rally in Moscow after the early results were declared, The president said voters had “recognized the achievements of the last few years”.
The scale of victory – which had been widely predicted – appears to be a marked increase in his share of the vote from 2012, when he won 64%.
The president’s nearest competitor had received 13.2% so far, according to the central election commission.