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11 Countries with The Highest Mormon Population

If you are curious about how prevalent the Latter Day Saint Movement is in the world then you have come to the right page as we’ve rounded up the 11 countries with the highest Mormon population. Mormons are considered to be followers of the Latter Day Saint Movement, which was established in the early 1800’s. Mormons are considered to be pretty conservative, with their laws against sexual relations outside of marriage while also forbidding any addicting substance such as drugs, alcohol and tobacco. These laws are also part of the second largest religion in the world, Islam. If you would like to know which countries contain the most Muslims, check out the 11 countries with the highest Muslim populations.

Countries with The Highest Mormon Population Mormon temple

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Due to a high conversion rate as well as a high birth rate, the number of Mormons worldwide has increased significantly; in just 45 years, the population has increased from 3 million to over 15 million. Check out the list of 5 fastest growing religions in the World and find out where the Mormons rank in the list. However, Mormons are generally densely populated in just a few countries, due to strong family ties and their tendency to act like a community. Just 11 countries contain over 12 million Mormons. We have traced the 11 countries with the highest Mormon population by tracing the membership statistics which have been reported The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.