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Election results: How all 87 Minnesota counties voted for Biden, Trump

Biden won Minnesota over Trump by a margin of 1,682,138 votes to 1,452,550.

Minnesota's 10 electoral votes went to Democratic candidate Joe Biden over President Donald Trump in Tuesday's election, and Biden won the Land of 10,000 Lakes by winning big in the higher populated metro areas while Trump dominated greater Minnesota. 

Biden won only 13 of the 87 counties, three more than Hillary Clinton won in 2016. The big difference is that Biden won the counties with the highest populations, including those that are home to Moorhead, Duluth, Rochester and Mankato, while also dominating in Hennepin and Ramsey counties. 

Trump meanwhile saw his margin drop in suburban Twin Cities counties, including in Anoka County, which he carried by almost 10% in 2016, but won by just 2% this time around.

With nearly 100% of precincts reporting, this how how all 87 counties voted for Biden and Trump. The closest races were Rice and Winona counties. Biden won Winona County by a margin of 77 votes (13,210 to 13,133), while Trump took Rice County by just 67 votes (17,451 to 17,384).  

With 99.76% of precincts reporting, this how how all 87 counties voted for Biden and Trump in Minnesota. 

Counties Biden won

  • Blue Earth: 51% to 47%
  • Carlton: 50% to 48%
  • Clay: 51% to 47%
  • Cook: 66% to 32%
  • Dakota: 56% to 42%
  • Hennepin: 70% to 27%
  • Lake: 51% to 47%
  • Nicollet: 50% to 47%
  • Olmsted: 54% to 43%
  • Ramsey: 71% to 26%
  • St. Louis: 57% to 41%
  • Washington: 53% to 44%
  • Winona: 49% to 48%

Counties Trump won

  • Aitkin: 62% to 32%
  • Anoka: 50% to 48%
  • Becker: 64% to 34%
  • Beltrami: 54% to 44%
  • Benton: 65% to 32%
  • Big Stone: 63% to 35%
  • Brown: 65% to 32%
  • Carver: 51% to 46%
  • Cass: 62% to 36%
  • Chippewa: 64% to 34%
  • Chisago: 63% to 34%
  • Clearwater: 72% to 27%
  • Cottonwood: 68% to 30%
  • Crow Wing: 64% to 34%
  • Dodge: 64% to 33%
  • Douglas: 65% to 33%
  • Faribault: 65% to 33%
  • Fillmore: 60% to 38%
  • Freeborn: 56% to 32%
  • Goodhue: 56% to 41%
  • Grant: 62% to 36%
  • Houston: 55% to 42%
  • Hubbard: 64% to 34%
  • Isanti: 68% to 29%
  • Itasca: 57% to 49%
  • Jackson: 68% to 30%
  • Kanabec: 68% to 30%
  • Kandiyohi: 62% to 36%
  • Kittson: 59% to 38%
  • Koochiching: 60% to 38%
  • Lac qui Parle: 63% to 36%
  • Lake of the Woods: 71% to 28%
  • Le Sueur: 64% to 34%
  • Lincoln: 68% to 30%
  • Lyon: 62% to 36%
  • McLeod: 67% to 31%
  • Mahnomen: 50% to 48%
  • Marshall: 73% to 25%
  • Martin: 68% to 30%
  • Meeker: 69% to 29%
  • Mille Lacs: 73% to 25%
  • Morrison: 76% to 22%
  • Mower: 69% to 29%
  • Murray: 69% to 30%
  • Nobles: 64% to 34%
  • Norman: 57% to 41%
  • Otter Tail: 65% to 33%
  • Pennington: 62% to 35%
  • Pine: 64% to 34%
  • Pipestone: 72% to 26%
  • Polk: 63% to 35%
  • Pope: 63% to 35%
  • Red Lake: 66% to 31%
  • Redwood: 70% to 28%
  • Renville: 67% to 31%
  • Rice: 48% to 48% (won by 67 votes)
  • Rock: 68% to 30%
  • Roseau: 72% to 26%
  • Scott: 52% to 46%
  • Sherburne: 68% to 29%
  • Sibley: 69% to 29%
  • Stearns: 60% to 37%
  • Steele: 60% to 37%
  • Stevens: 60% to 38%
  • Swift: 64% to 34%
  • Todd: 74% to 25%
  • Traverse: 63% to 36%
  • Wabasha: 62% to 36%
  • Wadena: 72% to 26%
  • Waseca: 64% to 34%
  • Watonwan: 60% to 38%
  • Wilkin: 68% to 30%
  • Wright: 63% to 34%
  • Yellow Medicine: 68% to 30%

You can see vote totals for all 87 counties via this link

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