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2016 United States presidential election in Minnesota

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2016 United States presidential election in Minnesota

← 2012 November 8, 2016 2020 →
Turnout74.72%[1] Decrease
 
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Donald Trump official portrait (cropped).jpg
Nominee Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Party Democratic Republican
Home state New York New York
Running mate Tim Kaine Mike Pence
Electoral vote 10 0
Popular vote 1,367,716 1,322,951
Percentage 46.44% 44.92%

Minnesota Presidential Election Results 2016.svg
County results
Clinton:      40–50%      50–60%      60–70%
Trump:      40–50%      50–60%      60–70%      70–80%

President before election

Barack Obama
Democratic

Elected President

Donald Trump
Republican

Results by county with size showing number of votes
Results by county with size showing number of votes
Treemap of the popular vote by county
Treemap of the popular vote by county

The 2016 United States presidential election in Minnesota was held on November 8, 2016, as part of the 2016 United States presidential election in which all fifty states and the District of Columbia participated.

On March 1, 2016, in the precinct caucuses, Minnesota voted for their preferences for the Democratic, Republican, Green and Libertarian parties' respective nominees for president.

Minnesota was won with a plurality by Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and a 1.5% margin, the eleventh consecutive Democratic presidential win in the state, which has not voted for a Republican since Richard Nixon in 1972. This was the closest presidential election in Minnesota since 1984, when Walter Mondale carried the state by a 0.2% margin and it was the only state not carried by Ronald Reagan. However, the state voted more Republican than the national average for the first time since 1952. Minnesota had the highest voter turnout in the nation with approximately 75 percent of the state's eligible voters participating in the general election.[1]

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Contents

Caucuses

Democratic caucuses

Minnesota Democratic caucuses, 2016

← 2012 March 1, 2016 (2016-03-01) 2020 →
 
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Hillary Clinton by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
Candidate Bernie Sanders Hillary Clinton
Home state Vermont New York
Delegate count 46 31
Popular vote 126,229 78,381
Percentage 61.69% 38.31%

Minnesota Democratic presidential caucus election results, 2016.svg
Minnesota results by county
  Bernie Sanders
  Hillary Clinton
  Tie

Bernie Sanders received the most votes and the most delegates in the precinct caucuses.[2]

The 2016 turnout was slightly lower than the 2008 tally of 214,066, when Obama won with 142,109 votes, to Clinton's 68,994.

Minnesota Democratic caucuses, March 1, 2016
Candidate Popular vote Estimated delegates
Count Percentage Pledged Unpledged Total
Bernie Sanders 126,229 61.69% 46 1 47
Hillary Clinton 78,381 38.31% 31 13 44
Uncommitted N/A 0 2 2
Total 204,610 100% 77 16 93
Source: The Green Papers

Bernie Sanders won every congressional district in Minnesota.[3]

Republican caucuses

Minnesota Republican caucuses, 2016

← 2012 March 1, 2016 (2016-03-01) 2020 →
 
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Ted Cruz, official portrait, 113th Congress (cropped 2).jpg
Donald Trump official portrait (cropped).jpg
Candidate Marco Rubio Ted Cruz Donald Trump
Home state Florida Texas New York
Delegate count 17 13 8
Popular vote 41,397 33,181 24,473
Percentage 36.24% 29.04% 21.42%

 
Ben Carson by Skidmore with lighting correction.jpg
Governor John Kasich.jpg
Candidate Ben Carson John Kasich
Home state Maryland Ohio
Delegate count 0 0
Popular vote 8,422 6,565
Percentage 7.37% 5.75%

Minnesota Republican presidential caucus election results, 2016.svg
Minnesota results by county
  Marco Rubio
  Ted Cruz
  Donald Trump
  Tie

The 38 delegates from Minnesota were allocated in this way. If a candidate received more than 85% of the vote, they would get all of 38 delegates. Otherwise, 24 delegates would be allocated proportionally based on the votes per congressional district (3 votes per district). On top of that, there were 10 at-large delegates and 3 party leaders (the National Committee Man, the National Committee woman, and the chairman of the Minnesota Republican Party). All of the at-large delegates were allocated proportionally based on the popular vote with a mandatory threshold of 10% to receive any delegates; if no one got at least 10%, all candidates would be eligible to get delegates.[4]

Minnesota Republican precinct caucuses, March 1, 2016
Candidate Votes Percentage Actual delegate count
Bound Unbound Total
Marco Rubio 41,397 36.24% 17 0 17
Ted Cruz 33,181 29.04% 13 0 13
Donald Trump 24,473 21.42% 8 0 8
Ben Carson 8,422 7.37% 0 0 0
John Kasich 6,565 5.75% 0 0 0
Write-ins 207 0.18% 0 0 0
Jeb Bush (withdrawn) 0 0 0
Unprojected delegates: 0 0 0
Total: 114,245 100.00% 38 0 38
Source: The Green Papers

Some media outlets recorded the votes by congressional district, rather than by county. Rubio won districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area as well as the southern part of the state. Cruz won districts 6, 7 and 8 in the St. Cloud area and rural north.[3]

Green caucuses

The Green Party of Minnesota held caucuses on March 1 in Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Bemidji, White Bear Lake, Blaine, Grand Rapids, and Willmar.[5] Jill Stein won the caucuses with 84.3% of the vote. The delegates apportioned to each candidate will be decided at the state convention in St. Cloud, Minnesota in June.[6] The results of the caucuses are as follows:[7]

Minnesota Green Party presidential caucus, March 1, 2016[8][9]
Candidate Votes Percentage National delegates
America Symbol.svg
Jill Stein
- 84.3% 7
Sedinam Moyowasifza-Curry - 5.9% -
William Kreml - 4.8% -
Darryl Cherney - 3.6% -
Kent Mesplay - 1.2% -
Total - 100.00% 7

Libertarian caucuses

2016 Minnesota Libertarian caucuses

March 1, 2016 (2016-03-01)
 
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John McAfee by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Austin Petersen by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Candidate Gary Johnson John McAfee Austin Petersen
Home state New Mexico Tennessee Missouri
Popular vote 171 26 17
Percentage 75.66% 11.50% 7.52%

Minnesota Libertarian presidential caucus election results, 2016.svg
Minnesota results by county
  Gary Johnson
  No votes

The Minnesota caucus was run on March 1, 2016, using ranked choice voting. Gary Johnson took over 75% of the 226 first-preference votes cast, with John McAfee a distant second on 11.5% and Austin Petersen third on 7.5%.[10]

Minnesota Libertarian Party presidential caucus, March 1, 2016[11]
Candidate Votes Percentage
Gary Johnson 171 75.66%
John McAfee 26 11.50%
Austin Petersen 17 7.52%
Darryl Perry 4 1.77%
Cecil Ince 2 0.88%
Steve Kerbel 2 0.88%
None of the above 2 0.88%
Marc Allan Feldman 1 0.44%
Shawna Joy Sterling 1 0.44%
Total 226 100.00%

General election

Polling

Candidates

The following had write-in status:[12]

  • Dennis Andrew Ball and Richard Sanders
  • Henry Bartlett and Condoleezza Rice
  • Robert L. Buchanan and Jason A. Washington
  • Richard Duncan and Ricky Johnson
  • Cherunda Fox and Roger Kushner
  • Eric Gerhard and Ken Virnig
  • Joseph Glentz and Mike Hennessy
  • Ben Hartnell and Dave Marshall
  • Tom Hoefling and Steve Schulin
  • Alec Holbeck and John Hulet
  • James Hrenak Jr and Lauren Rasmussen
  • Alan Jacquemotte and Ronalee Evelyn Mueller
  • Lynn Kahn and Kathy Monahan
  • Chris Keniston and Deacon Taylor
  • Roger Koplitz and John Kerry
  • Laurence Kotlikoff and Edward Leamer
  • Gloria La Riva and Eugene Puryear
  • Johnson Immanuel Li and Aida Yuquimpo Li
  • Darin Lynch and Jaci Dukowitz
  • Joseph Maldonado and Douglas Terranova
  • Srinivasa K Mallapadi and Sripriya Mallapadi
  • Michael Andrew Maturen and Juan Antonio Munoz
  • Stephen J. McCarthy and Joyce Meyer
  • Daniel Muffoletto and Jesse Ventura
  • Michael S Olkowski and Daniel E Olkowski
  • Aaron Idean Orwick and Brad Alan Fredricks
  • Micah Payeur and Joshua Payeur
  • Ricky J. Regenold and James Kolden
  • Clifton Roberts and Breeze Harper
  • Matthew Roberts and Charles Clauss
  • Platt Robertson and Scott Falls
  • Marshall Schoenke and James Mitchell Jr.
  • Joe Schriner and Joe Moreaux
  • Derrick Schumacher and Ross Wendling
  • Arthur E. Sidner and Sandra Arcement
  • Michael L. "Mike" Smith and Daniel White
  • Keith Richard Snell and Russell LeBeau
  • Emidio Soltysik and Angela Walker
  • J. J. Vogel Walcutt and Chris Walcutt
  • Kirk Wettschreck and Lori Motzko
  • Jeffrey Ryan Wharton Sr. and Amy Klobuchar
  • Jerome S White (Jerry White) and Niles Niemuth
  • Demetra Jefferson Wysinger and Cedric D. Jefferson
  • Charles R. Zerilli and Ajamu Baraka

Analysis

Minnesota voted 6.2 percent less Democratic from the 2012 presidential election, a much larger shift than the nation at large. Donald Trump only increased his vote tally compared to Mitt Romney in 2012 by 2,726 votes which resulted in a percentage of vote loss of 0.04%. The difference in Democratic voting was largely attributed to Independent or Write-In candidates. The most significant Independent gains went to Gary Johnson with 3.84 percent of the vote (+2.64% over 2012), Evan McMullin with 1.8 percent of the vote (+1.8% over 2012), and Jill Stein with 1.26 percent of the vote (+0.82% over 2012). These three candidates account for 5.26 percent of the swing. This election marked the first time since 1952 that the Democratic candidate performed worse in Minnesota than in the nation at large. Hillary Clinton won the national popular vote by 2.1 points but won Minnesota by just 1.5 points, or 44,765 votes. Minnesota has been a primarily Democratic state in national elections since 1932.

Due to Independent and Write-In gains throughout the state, Clinton was dependent on her wins in Hennepin (Minneapolis) and Ramsey (St. Paul) counties, the two most populous counties in the state, and the Arrowhead Region in the northeastern corner of the state.[13] Trump's votes came from less populated, rural counties. Two counties, Morrison and Todd, gave Trump over 70% of the vote, making this the first election since 1968 either major party candidate won a county with over 70%, with Trump also being the first Republican since Dwight D. Eisenhower to do so since 1956.

Trump was also the first Republican to receive a majority of votes in Itasca County since Herbert Hoover in 1928,[14] the first to win Swift County since Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1952, and the first to win Mower County since Richard Nixon against John F. Kennedy in 1960. Due to the close margin of victory in the state, Republicans have targeted Minnesota as a potential swing state target for the 2020 United States presidential election.[15]

Results

Candidate Vice President Popular vote Percentage Electors
Hillary Clinton Tim Kaine 1,367,716 46.44% 10
Donald Trump Mike Pence 1,322,951 44.92% 0
Gary Johnson William Weld 112,972 3.84% 0
Evan McMullin Mindy Finn 53,076 1.80% 0
Jill Stein Howie Hawkins 36,985 1.26% 0
Dan Vacek Mark Elworth, Jr. 11,291 0.38% 0
Darrell Castle Scott Bradley 9,456 0.32% 0
Alyson Kennedy Osborne Hart 1,672 0.06% 0
Rocky De La Fuente Michael Steinberg 1,431 0.05% 0
Mike Maturen (write-in) Juan Muñoz 244 0.01% 0
Other Registered Write-in 303 0.01% 0
Unregistered Write-in 26,716 0.91% 0
Total 2,944,813 100% 0

Results by county

County Hillary Clinton[16]
Democratic
Donald Trump[16]
Republican
Gary Johnson[16]
Libertarian
Evan McMullin[16]
Minnesota Independence
Jill Stein[16]
Green
Various candidates[16]
Other parties
Various candidates[16]
Write-ins
Margin Total votes cast
# % # % # % # % # % # % # % # %
Aitkin 3,134 33.95% 5,516 59.76% 263 2.85% 124 1.34% 67 0.73% 81 0.88% 46 0.50% -2,382 -25.80% 9,231
Anoka 75,499 40.64% 93,341 50.25% 7,726 4.16% 3,685 1.98% 2,123 1.14% 1,710 0.92% 1,675 0.90% -17,842 -9.60% 185,759
Becker 5,208 30.24% 10,880 63.18% 580 3.37% 171 0.99% 130 0.75% 121 0.70% 131 0.76% -5,672 -32.94% 17,221
Beltrami 8,688 40.29% 10,783 50.00% 780 3.62% 444 2.06% 420 1.95% 201 0.93% 248 1.15% -2,095 -9.72% 21,564
Benton 5,640 28.12% 12,872 64.17% 683 3.41% 325 1.62% 245 1.22% 146 0.73% 147 0.73% -7,232 -36.06% 20,058
Big Stone 921 33.44% 1,607 58.35% 94 3.41% 59 2.14% 20 0.73% 28 1.02% 25 0.91% -686 -24.91% 2,754
Blue Earth 14,428 42.95% 15,667 46.64% 1,604 4.77% 605 1.80% 587 1.75% 365 1.09% 337 1.00% -1,239 -3.69% 33,593
Brown 3,763 27.31% 8,708 63.20% 503 3.65% 421 3.06% 136 0.99% 132 0.96% 116 0.84% -4,945 -35.89% 13,779
Carlton 8,460 46.46% 8,160 44.81% 703 3.86% 308 1.69% 233 1.28% 195 1.07% 152 0.83% 300 1.65% 18,211
Carver 21,508 38.62% 29,057 52.17% 2,461 4.42% 1,210 2.17% 488 0.88% 378 0.68% 595 1.07% -7,549 -13.55% 55,697
Cass 4,949 30.93% 9,982 62.39% 414 2.59% 196 1.23% 212 1.33% 132 0.83% 114 0.71% -5,033 -31.46% 15,999
Chippewa 1,978 31.79% 3,764 60.50% 209 3.36% 104 1.67% 70 1.13% 57 0.92% 40 0.64% -1,786 -28.70% 6,222
Chisago 9,279 30.70% 18,441 61.00% 1,213 4.01% 496 1.64% 317 1.05% 263 0.87% 220 0.73% -9,162 -30.31% 30,229
Clay 12,974 44.12% 13,549 46.07% 1,486 5.05% 424 1.44% 416 1.41% 259 0.88% 299 1.02% -575 -1.96% 29,407
Clearwater 1,100 25.91% 2,925 68.90% 94 2.21% 36 0.85% 33 0.78% 37 0.87% 20 0.47% -1,825 -42.99% 4,245
Cook 1,912 56.32% 1,156 34.05% 105 3.09% 63 1.86% 77 2.27% 47 1.38% 35 1.03% 756 22.27% 3,395
Cottonwood 1,678 29.33% 3,679 64.31% 150 2.62% 86 1.50% 41 0.72% 63 1.10% 24 0.42% -2,001 -34.98% 5,721
Crow Wing 10,982 30.64% 22,287 62.18% 1,174 3.28% 498 1.39% 311 0.87% 316 0.88% 274 0.76% -11,305 -31.54% 35,842
Dakota 110,251 48.31% 99,624 43.65% 9,867 4.32% 1,501 0.66% 2,678 1.17% 1,741 0.76% 2,574 1.13% 10,627 4.66% 228,236
Dodge 3,102 29.12% 6,527 61.26% 454 4.26% 266 2.50% 98 0.92% 117 1.10% 90 0.84% -3,425 -32.15% 10,654
Douglas 6,227 28.58% 13,966 64.11% 781 3.59% 324 1.49% 167 0.77% 158 0.73% 162 0.74% -7,739 -35.52% 21,785
Faribault 2,153 29.05% 4,659 62.86% 271 3.66% 132 1.78% 63 0.85% 77 1.04% 57 0.77% -2,506 -33.81% 7,412
Fillmore 3,872 35.02% 6,271 56.73% 409 3.70% 216 1.95% 103 0.93% 106 0.96% 78 0.71% -2,399 -21.70% 11,055
Freeborn 6,041 37.64% 8,808 54.88% 511 3.18% 258 1.61% 169 1.05% 142 0.88% 122 0.76% -2,767 -17.24% 16,051
Goodhue 9,446 36.73% 14,041 54.60% 1,130 4.39% 420 1.63% 262 1.02% 239 0.93% 179 0.70% -4,595 -17.87% 25,717
Grant 1,104 31.80% 2,063 59.42% 159 4.58% 69 1.99% 27 0.78% 31 0.89% 19 0.55% -959 -27.62% 3,472
Hennepin 429,283 63.13% 191,768 28.20% 24,400 3.59% 12,270 1.80% 10,310 1.52% 4,614 0.68% 7,325 1.08% 237,515 34.93% 679,970
Houston 4,145 39.09% 5,616 52.96% 394 3.72% 138 1.30% 135 1.27% 87 0.82% 89 0.84% -1,471 -13.87% 10,604
Hubbard 3,432 29.79% 7,269 63.09% 342 2.97% 154 1.34% 132 1.15% 93 0.81% 100 0.87% -3,837 -33.30% 11,522
Isanti 5,656 26.91% 13,635 64.88% 765 3.64% 418 1.99% 219 1.04% 182 0.87% 140 0.67% -7,979 -37.97% 21,015
Itasca 9,015 37.75% 12,920 54.10% 792 3.32% 355 1.49% 274 1.15% 294 1.23% 230 0.96% -3,905 -16.35% 23,880
Jackson 1,492 27.21% 3,609 65.81% 181 3.30% 81 1.48% 49 0.89% 41 0.75% 31 0.57% -2,117 -38.60% 5,484
Kanabec 2,327 28.46% 5,230 63.96% 298 3.64% 115 1.41% 81 0.99% 74 0.90% 52 0.64% -2,903 -35.50% 8,177
Kandiyohi 7,266 33.37% 12,785 58.72% 927 4.26% 347 1.59% 164 0.75% 159 0.73% 124 0.57% -5,519 -25.35% 21,772
Kittson 823 34.51% 1,349 56.56% 121 5.07% 28 1.17% 15 0.63% 27 1.13% 22 0.92% -526 -22.05% 2,385
Koochiching 2,306 36.24% 3,569 56.09% 207 3.25% 87 1.37% 69 1.08% 75 1.18% 50 0.79% -1,263 -19.85% 6,363
Lac qui Parle 1,301 33.73% 2,294 59.48% 106 2.75% 61 1.58% 33 0.86% 41 1.06% 21 0.54% -993 -25.75% 3,857
Lake 3,077 47.19% 2,932 44.96% 215 3.30% 93 1.43% 93 1.43% 62 0.95% 49 0.75% 145 2.22% 6,521
Lake of the Woods 553 24.67% 1,540 68.69% 67 2.99% 29 1.29% 16 0.71% 25 1.12% 12 0.54% -987 -44.02% 2,242
Le Sueur 4,623 30.88% 9,182 61.33% 514 3.43% 265 1.77% 146 0.98% 137 0.92% 104 0.69% -4,559 -30.45% 14,971
Lincoln 860 28.50% 1,930 63.95% 112 3.71% 59 1.95% 18 0.60% 23 0.76% 16 0.53% -1,070 -35.45% 3,018
Lyon 3,825 31.31% 7,256 59.40% 523 4.28% 286 2.34% 115 0.94% 124 1.02% 86 0.70% -3,431 -28.09% 12,215
Mahnomen 930 42.33% 991 45.11% 54 2.46% 30 1.37% 34 1.55% 35 1.59% 123 5.60% -61 -2.78% 2,197
Marshall 1,225 25.48% 3,208 66.72% 204 4.24% 85 1.77% 30 0.62% 42 0.87% 14 0.29% -1,983 -41.24% 4,808
Martin 2,733 26.05% 7,062 67.31% 343 3.27% 169 1.61% 79 0.75% 83 0.79% 23 0.22% -4,329 -41.26% 10,492
McLeod 4,978 26.55% 12,155 64.84% 857 4.57% 372 1.98% 135 0.72% 187 1.00% 62 0.33% -7,177 -38.29% 18,746
Meeker 3,192 25.99% 8,103 65.97% 449 3.66% 244 1.99% 94 0.77% 116 0.94% 85 0.69% -4,911 -39.98% 12,283
Mille Lacs 3,709 28.50% 8,340 64.07% 451 3.46% 199 1.53% 128 0.98% 121 0.93% 68 0.52% -4,631 -35.58% 13,016
Morrison 3,637 20.65% 12,925 73.38% 442 2.51% 246 1.40% 146 0.83% 138 0.78% 80 0.45% -9,288 -52.73% 17,614
Mower 7,444 42.00% 8,826 49.79% 620 3.50% 316 1.78% 191 1.08% 189 1.07% 139 0.78% -1,382 -7.80% 17,725
Murray 1,295 27.74% 2,974 63.71% 203 4.35% 106 2.27% 22 0.47% 42 0.90% 26 0.56% -1,679 -35.97% 4,668
Nicollet 7,886 43.58% 8,436 46.62% 831 4.59% 336 1.86% 250 1.38% 175 0.97% 182 1.01% -550 -3.04% 18,096
Nobles 2,733 31.66% 5,299 61.39% 258 2.99% 168 1.95% 40 0.46% 93 1.08% 41 0.47% -2,566 -29.73% 8,632
Norman 1,264 38.76% 1,699 52.10% 161 4.94% 41 1.26% 29 0.89% 38 1.17% 29 0.89% -435 -13.34% 3,261
Olmsted 36,266 45.26% 35,668 44.51% 3,547 4.43% 2,016 2.52% 1,117 1.39% 664 0.83% 849 1.06% 598 0.75% 80,127
Otter Tail 9,339 28.74% 20,939 64.43% 1,000 3.08% 531 1.63% 245 0.75% 230 0.71% 215 0.66% -11,600 -35.69% 32,499
Pennington 2,146 31.96% 4,000 59.58% 315 4.69% 104 1.55% 46 0.69% 60 0.89% 43 0.64% -1,854 -27.61% 6,714
Pine 4,580 33.16% 8,191 59.31% 473 3.42% 192 1.39% 147 1.06% 146 1.06% 82 0.59% -3,611 -26.15% 13,811
Pipestone 1,127 23.44% 3,338 69.43% 131 2.72% 99 2.06% 44 0.92% 40 0.83% 29 0.60% -2,211 -45.99% 4,808
Polk 4,712 31.85% 8,979 60.69% 517 3.49% 235 1.59% 124 0.84% 131 0.89% 98 0.66% -4,267 -28.84% 14,796
Pope 2,106 33.33% 3,793 60.03% 221 3.50% 88 1.39% 43 0.68% 43 0.68% 25 0.40% -1,687 -26.70% 6,319
Ramsey 176,929 65.24% 70,778 26.10% 9,608 3.54% 5,000 1.84% 4,560 1.68% 2,312 0.85% 2,013 0.74% 106,151 39.14% 271,200
Red Lake 540 28.71% 1,141 60.66% 100 5.32% 45 2.39% 23 1.22% 22 1.17% 10 0.53% -601 -31.95% 1,881
Redwood 1,887 24.79% 5,137 67.49% 242 3.18% 147 1.93% 77 1.01% 76 1.00% 45 0.59% -3,250 -42.70% 7,611
Renville 2,117 27.83% 4,890 64.29% 244 3.21% 148 1.95% 66 0.87% 98 1.29% 43 0.57% -2,773 -36.46% 7,606
Rice 14,437 44.50% 15,429 47.56% 1,230 3.79% 498 1.53% 386 1.19% 237 0.73% 226 0.70% -992 -3.06% 32,443
Rock 1,373 28.37% 3,091 63.88% 155 3.20% 97 2.00% 40 0.83% 51 1.05% 32 0.66% -1,718 -35.50% 4,839
Roseau 1,856 23.78% 5,451 69.85% 220 2.82% 126 1.61% 42 0.54% 72 0.92% 37 0.47% -3,595 -46.07% 7,804
Saint Louis 57,769 51.39% 44,631 39.70% 4,366 3.88% 1,528 1.36% 1,878 1.67% 1,087 0.97% 1,162 1.03% 13,138 11.69% 112,421
Scott 28,502 37.53% 39,948 52.59% 3,400 4.48% 1,296 1.71% 740 0.97% 906 1.19% 1,162 1.53% -11,446 -15.07% 75,954
Sherburne 13,299 27.32% 31,049 63.79% 1,927 3.96% 850 1.75% 457 0.94% 455 0.93% 640 1.31% -17,750 -36.46% 48,677
Sibley 1,954 25.14% 5,193 66.80% 291 3.74% 163 2.10% 64 0.82% 47 0.60% 62 0.80% -3,239 -41.66% 7,774
Stearns 25,575 32.13% 47,618 59.83% 2,972 3.73% 1,281 1.61% 954 1.20% 585 0.73% 607 0.76% -22,043 -27.69% 79,592
Steele 6,239 32.53% 11,198 58.39% 808 4.21% 396 2.06% 208 1.08% 191 1.00% 137 0.71% -4,959 -25.86% 19,177
Stevens 2,116 39.19% 2,800 51.86% 205 3.80% 112 2.07% 69 1.28% 48 0.89% 49 0.91% -684 -12.67% 5,399
Swift 1,679 33.61% 2,962 59.29% 153 3.06% 80 1.60% 33 0.66% 61 1.22% 28 0.56% -1,283 -25.68% 4,996
Todd 2,783 23.21% 8,485 70.75% 287 2.39% 194 1.62% 96 0.80% 99 0.83% 49 0.41% -5,702 -47.54% 11,993
Traverse 631 35.04% 1,050 58.30% 41 2.28% 31 1.72% 16 0.89% 22 1.22% 10 0.56% -419 -23.26% 1,801
Wabasha 3,866 32.67% 6,989 59.07% 467 3.95% 218 1.84% 127 1.07% 97 0.82% 68 0.57% -3,123 -26.39% 11,832
Wadena 1,684 24.29% 4,837 69.76% 164 2.37% 106 1.53% 58 0.84% 45 0.65% 40 0.58% -3,153 -45.47% 6,934
Waseca 2,838 29.40% 5,967 61.81% 387 4.01% 184 1.91% 106 1.10% 97 1.00% 74 0.77% -3,129 -32.41% 9,653
Washington 67,086 46.51% 64,429 44.67% 6,180 4.28% 2,718 1.88% 1,478 1.02% 952 0.66% 1,393 0.97% 2,657 1.84% 144,236
Watonwan 1,814 36.29% 2,768 55.38% 156 3.12% 107 2.14% 52 1.04% 74 1.48% 27 0.54% -954 -19.09% 4,998
Wilkin 893 27.04% 2,129 64.48% 146 4.42% 48 1.45% 34 1.03% 29 0.88% 23 0.70% -1,236 -37.43% 3,302
Winona 11,366 43.59% 12,122 46.49% 1,165 4.47% 414 1.59% 531 2.04% 254 0.97% 222 0.85% -756 -2.90% 26,074
Wright 20,336 29.21% 43,274 62.16% 3,002 4.31% 1,392 2.00% 547 0.79% 603 0.87% 466 0.67% -22,938 -32.95% 69,620
Yellow Medicine 1,524 28.89% 3,382 64.10% 163 3.09% 93 1.76% 37 0.70% 54 1.02% 23 0.44% -1,858 -35.22% 5,276
Totals 1,367,716 46.44% 1,322,951 44.92% 112,972 3.84% 53,076 1.80% 36,985 1.26% 23,850 0.81% 27,263 0.93% 44,765 1.52% 2,944,813

Results by congressional district

Trump won five of eight congressional districts.[17]

District Clinton Trump Representative
1st 38% 53% Tim Walz
2nd 45% 46% Jason Lewis
3rd 50% 41% Erik Paulsen
4th 61% 30% Betty McCollum
5th 73% 18% Keith Ellison
6th 33% 59% Tom Emmer
7th 31% 61% Collin Peterson
8th 38% 54% Rick Nolan

Source:[18]

See also

References

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