The best-known of Mubarak's nine rivals, Ayman Nour of the liberal Ghad (Tomorrow) party, came in second.
The figures were published today in the top three state-owned newspapers. The newspapers did not report a turnout figure.
Election officials say official results will not be known until tomorrow.
Mubarak has ruled Egypt since 1981, winning office four times through referenda in which he was the only candidate.