North Dakota

North Dakota

Redistricting Process: Single At-Large District Population Change (since 2000): 30,391
Legislature: Republican Seats: 1
Governor: Jack Dalrymple (R) Members of Congress: 1R
Party Control: Republican 2012: 38.9% Obama, 58.7% Romney

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At-Large District

Redistricting Analysis: North Dakota

As of the 2010 census, the population of North Dakota is 672,591 people with an estimated 699,628 as of 2012. Between 2000-2010, the state had a population growth rate roughly half of the national average, at just 4.7%. The demographics as of 2011 are as follows: White persons make up 88.6%, Black persons 1.3%, American Indian and Alaska Native persons 5.5%, Asian persons 1.1%, and Hispanic 2.2%. The state has always been represented by an at-large district.