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Are half of the people that live in Salt Lake City Mormons?

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2011-03-28 16:18:28
2011-03-28 16:18:28

No, in the actual city of Salt Lake City, about 30% of the population is Mormon, possibly less. Within the state of Utah as a whole, about 60% are Mormon.

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