US Election 2020 North Dakota profile: How state voted in 2016, demographics and more
North Dakota is a midwestern US state dominated by the Great Plains
Year of entry into union: 1889
Total electors: Three.
In 2016, the three electoral votes went to Republican candidates Donald Trump and Mike Pence.
How North Dakota votes: Red. North Dakota has been carried by Republican presidential candidates every election since 1968.
Demographic breakdown: 82.7 percent White, 8.7 percent American Indian, 5.6 percent African-American and three percent Asian-American.
Fun fact: In its 131-year-old history as a state, North Dakota has voted for the Democratic candidate a total of only five times.