That isnt to say that the LDS Church doesnt contribute to society. Mormons, even with their domination, have made Utah an incredibly safe and wonderful place to live. For non-members, it means relaxing and not criticizing your Mormon friends for their beliefs.
Do I have to be Mormon to live in Utah?
Look, yes, the population of Utah is predominantly Mormon. But its not repressively so. There are many non-Mormons in Utah, religious or otherwise. Salt Lake City has a thriving Greek Orthodox community, for example.
Can non-Mormons live in Salt Lake City?
1. Not everyone in Salt Lake City is Mormon. But Salt Lake propers population is actually less than 50% LDS. People of all religious and non-religious groups call Salt Lake home.
What percent of Utah is active Mormon?
68.55% Utah, which has the highest Mormon population, has 5,229 congregations. About 68.55% of the states total population is Mormon.