In polling from DFM Research (which I’ve written about earlier this week with regard to the Teddy Roosevelt library project and President Donald Trump), North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum has a 60 percent approval rating.

That’s about what you’d expect from a Republican governor in a Republican state, and it’s line with the numbers for two other Republicans who were also on the statewide ballot in 2016.

Sen. Kevin Cramer has a 57% favorable rating in the same poll (taken in May including 400 North Dakotans – not likely voters – with a margin of error of +/- 4.9%), and as I wrote yesterday, Trump is at 56%.

But the demographic breakdowns indicating how each of these men got to those numbers is interesting.

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