She's up by just over 5,000 votes with 95% of the vote in.
There's a single county (Oliver County) that has not reported any precincts. Total population: 1,100 souls. Everything else is 60% to 90% in, and those counties should cancel each other out (one "big" D county is at 60%, the others are heavy R)
Just thought I'd point this out, since it may have been lost in the shuffle...
EDIT 1: Oliver County is in, in its entirety: 555 (R) to 446 (D).
What's left? 40% of Barnes County (pop. 11,000) which currently is 55%-45% D
8% of Mercer County (pop. 8500) which is 61% R
20% of Dunn County (pop. 3500) which is 60% R
40% of Williams County (pop. 22,000) which is 66% R
17% of McKenzie County (pop. 6000) which is 70% R
EDIT 2: Just back-of-the-envelope here, but no more than 80% of the population of each of these states is over the age of 18, and only 60% of so of voting age population is both registered AND an actual voter. I don't see, at these margins, how Berg makes up the deficit with what's left...