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Where Do the Largest Percentages of Latter-day Saints Live?

Check out these statistics on states, provinces and territories

Latter-day Saint populations in states, provinces and territories. Graphic by Aaron Thorup, courtesy of Church News.All rights reserved.

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By Church News Staff, Church News

Utah, American Samoa, Idaho and Wyoming are the U.S. states and territories with the largest percentages of their populations that are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Alberta is the Canadian province with the most Latter-day Saints.

Overall, 2.05 percent of U.S. residents (or 1 in 49) and 0.53 percent of Canada’s residents (or 1 in 189) are members of the Church, according to the latest statistics posted on the Church’s Newsroom.

List of U.S. states and territories and Canadian provinces with the highest percentages of populations that are Latter-day Saints. Graphic courtesy of Church News.All rights reserved.

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