I created a map of population change by ND legislative district. There is also another representation showing the percentage changes by that district.
The release of Census 2020 data marks the beginning of a lots of analysis and assessment of what the data says about demographic and economic changes in North Dakota. Here is the county level changes fro 2010 to 2020.
The Census Bureau released the 2018 population estimates. Here is my first take on the county level estimates for North Dakota.
A standard question of late on the Jarrod Thomas Show focuses on the possible changing pecking order for cities in North Dakota. Essentially JT and I wonder aloud about the implications for Grand Forks from changes in population due to the change in economic structure in North Dakota. So this is a first stab at giving an answer to the possible change in the pecking order.
So I took a look at the labor force data for the metropolitan statistical areas in North Dakota. That would be Bismarck, Fargo, and Grand Forks. Not content with that I also looked at the labor force data for the micropolitan statistical areas in North Dakota (Dickinson, Jamestown, Minot, Wahpeton, and Williston). I also looked at the state labor force data too.