North Dakota Cities With The Largest Latino Population For 2020

We scoured the internet to determine the towns and cities in North Dakota that have the largest Hispanic/Latino population in 2019

Editor’s Note: We updated this article for 2020. This is our third time ranking the cities in North Dakota with the largest Hispanic/Latino population.

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The Latino and Hispanic community is one of the fastest growing communities in America this decade.

According to the most recent American Community Survey, there are now some 6.3M more Hispanics living in America than in 2010.

That's the largest absolute growth and a 14.9% increase. The percentage growth is the third largest percentage change for any race according to the Census's race and ethnicity definition.

But how has the increase impacted north dakota? Where cities and towns in north dakota have seen the greatest increase in it's Hispanic population?

Turns out there's been a 106.0% increase in the Hispanic population in north dakota.

Here are the cities in north dakota with the largest Hispanic population in 2020:

  1. Williston (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  2. Dickinson (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  3. Minot (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  4. Grand Forks (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  5. Wahpeton (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  6. Mandan (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  7. Jamestown (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  8. Devils Lake (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  9. Fargo (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  10. Bismarck (Photos | Homes For Sale)

What's the city in north dakota with the largest hispanic/latino population? Williston took the number one over all spot for the largest Hispanic population in north dakota for 2020.

Read on below to see how we crunched the numbers and how your town ranked.

To see where north dakota ranked as a state on diversity, we have a ranking of the most diverse states in America.

And if you already knew these places were Hispanic, check out the best places to live in north dakota or the safest places in north dakota.

Williston, ND

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Population: 26,102
% Hispanic/Latino: 7.94%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 2,072
Percent Change Since 2010: 547.5%
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Williston is a city in and the county seat of Williams County, North Dakota, United States. The 2010 census gave its population as 14,716, and the Census Bureau gave the 2015 estimated population as 26,977, making Williston the sixth largest city in North Dakota. The North Dakota oil boom is largely responsible for the sharp increase in population.

Dickinson, ND

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Population: 22,707
% Hispanic/Latino: 5.99%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 1,360
Percent Change Since 2010: 270.57%
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Dickinson is a city in Stark County, North Dakota, United States. It is the county seat of Stark County. The population was 17,787 at the 2010 census. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated 2015 population is 23,765.

Minot, ND

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Population: 48,304
% Hispanic/Latino: 5.83%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 2,816
Percent Change Since 2010: 137.24%
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Minot MY-not) is a city in and the county seat of Ward County, North Dakota, United States, in the state's north-central region. It is most widely known for the Air Force base located approximately 15 miles north of the city. With a population of 40,888 at the 2010 census, Minot is the fourth largest city in the state and a trading center for a large portion of northern North Dakota, southwestern Manitoba, and southeastern Saskatchewan. Founded in 1886 during the construction of the Great Northern Railway, Minot is also known as "Magic City", commemorating its remarkable growth in size over a short time.

Grand Forks, ND

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Population: 56,556
% Hispanic/Latino: 3.9%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 2,205
Percent Change Since 2010: 54.95%
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Grand Forks is the third-largest city in the State of North Dakota and is the county seat of Grand Forks County. According to the 2010 census, the city's population was 52,838, while the total of the city and surrounding metropolitan area was 98,461. Grand Forks, along with its twin city of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, forms the center of the Grand Forks, ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is often called Greater Grand Forks or The Grand Cities.

Wahpeton, ND

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Population: 7,792
% Hispanic/Latino: 3.82%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 298
Percent Change Since 2010: 140.32%
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Wahpeton is a city in Richland County, in southeastern North Dakota, United States. It is located along the Bois de Sioux River at its confluence with the Otter Tail River, forming the Red River of the North. Wahpeton is the county seat of Richland County. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated the city's 2015 population was 7,899.

Mandan, ND

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Population: 21,943
% Hispanic/Latino: 3.39%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 744
Percent Change Since 2010: 197.6%
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Jamestown, ND

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Population: 15,368
% Hispanic/Latino: 3.21%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 494
Percent Change Since 2010: 59.87%
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Jamestown is a city in Stutsman County, North Dakota, United States. It is the county seat of Stutsman County. The population was 15,427 at the 2010 census, making it the ninth largest city in North Dakota. Jamestown was founded in 1872.

Devils Lake, ND

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Population: 7,317
% Hispanic/Latino: 2.98%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 218
Percent Change Since 2010: 257.38%
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Devils Lake is a city in Ramsey County, North Dakota, United States. It is the county seat of Ramsey County. The population was 7,141 at the 2010 census. It is named after the nearby body of water, Devils Lake. The first house in Devils Lake was built in 1882. It was surveyed in 1883 and named Creelsburg and later Creel City, after the surveyor, Heber M. Creel. In 1884 it was renamed Devils Lake.

Fargo, ND

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Population: 120,209
% Hispanic/Latino: 2.83%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 3,404
Percent Change Since 2010: 56.15%
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Fargo is the most populous city in the state of North Dakota, accounting for nearly 16% of the state population. Fargo is also the county seat of Cass County. According to the 2016 United States Census estimates, its population was 120,762, making it the 229th-most populous city in the United States. Fargo, along with its twin city of Moorhead, Minnesota, as well as the adjacent cities of West Fargo, North Dakota and Dilworth, Minnesota, form the core of the Fargo-Moorhead, ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area, which in 2016 contained a population of 238,124. In 2014, Forbes magazine ranked Fargo as the fourth fastest-growing small city in the United States.

Bismarck, ND

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Population: 71,731
% Hispanic/Latino: 2.58%
# Of Hispanic/Latino Residents: 1,848
Percent Change Since 2010: 120.0%
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Bismarck is the capital of the U.S. state of North Dakota and the county seat of Burleigh County. It is the second-most populous city in North Dakota after Fargo. The city's population was estimated in 2016 at 72,417, while its metropolitan population was 131,635. In 2015, Forbes magazine ranked Bismarck as the seventh fastest-growing small city in the United States.

How We Determined The Cities In north dakota With The Largest Hispanic Population For 2020

We still believe in the accuracy of data -- especially from the census. So that's where we went to get the breakdown of race across north dakota.

That lead us to the Census's most recently available data, the 2014-2018 American Community Survey data from the US Census.

Specifically, we looked at table B03002: Hispanic OR LATINO ORIGIN BY RACE. Here are the category names as defined by the Census:

  • Hispanic or Latino
  • White alone*
  • Black or African American alone*
  • American Indian and Alaska Native alone*
  • Asian alone*
  • Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone*
  • Some other race alone*
  • Two or more races*
* Not Hispanic or latino

Our particular column of interest here was the number of people who identified as Hispanic or Latino.

We limited our analysis to non-CDPs with a population greater than 6,000 people. That left us with 12 cities.

We then calculated the percent of residents that are Hispanic or Latino. The percentages ranked from 7.9% to 2.0%.

Finally, we ranked each city based on the percent of Hispanic or Latino population with a higher score being more Hispanic or Latino than a lower score. Williston took the distinction of being the most Hispanic or Latino, while West Fargo was the least Hispanic or Latino city. You can download the data here.

Read on for more information on how the cities in north dakota ranked by population of Hispanic or Latino residents or, for a more general take on diversity in America, head over to our ranking of the most diverse cities in America.

There You Have It - Hispanic or Latino Populations Across North Dakota

If you're looking for a breakdown of Latino populations across North Dakota according to the most recent data, this is an accurate list.

If you're curious enough, here are the least Hispanic or Latino places in North Dakota:

  1. West Fargo
  2. Valley City
  3. Bismarck

For more North Dakota reading, check out:

Detailed List Of The Most Hispanic Cities In North Dakota

Rank City % Hispanic Population
1 Williston 7.94% 26,102
2 Dickinson 5.99% 22,707
3 Minot 5.83% 48,304
4 Grand Forks 3.9% 56,556
5 Wahpeton 3.82% 7,792
6 Mandan 3.39% 21,943
7 Jamestown 3.21% 15,368
8 Devils Lake 2.98% 7,317
9 Fargo 2.83% 120,209
10 Bismarck 2.58% 71,731
11 Valley City 2.2% 6,487
12 West Fargo 1.99% 34,419

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