Question: Is Utah a good place to live if you are not Mormon?

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.

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