Mandan, North Dakota, in Morton county, is 4 miles W of Bismarck, North Dakota (center to center) and 388 miles W of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The city is located in the Bismarck metropolitan area. Mandan has a population of 16,718.
In Mandan, about 59% of adults are married.
In 2000, Mandan had a median family income of $46,210.
Residents of Mandan gave more campaign money ($3,750) to George W. Bush than to the other people running for President in 2004. Residents gave more to the Republican party than any of the others.
Owners occupy 70% of the housing units in Mandan. The average age of the housing in the city is relatively low. Residents here pay higher tax bills for their homes, which generally means better schools and other local services.
In Mandan, 94% of commuters drive to work. People elsewhere might commute hours every day. But generally not in Mandan, where the commutes are shorter than a lot of places.
Mandan strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in North Dakota):
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