Compared to the previous presidential election in 2016, all states increased their voter turnout. North Dakota had a voter turnout of 62.7 percent in 2020, an increase from a turnout rate of 61.3 percent in 2016.
Among North Dakota’s counties, Billings County had the highest voter turnout and saw the largest increase from 2016. Billings, Burke, Golden Valley, McHenry, McKenzie, Mercer and Stark Counties had an increase of 10 percentage points or higher as compared to 2016. The voter turnout in three counties stayed about the same, and another three counties saw a decrease, as compared to 2016.