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What is the Mormon population by state?

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You can find the Mormon population by state or country by going to http://www.newsroom.lds.org/ldsnewsroom/eng/statistical-information. Click on "North America", then scroll down to the state you wish to view. Once you click on the state you can see how many members live in that state, how many congregations there are, how many temples there are, etc. Here are the numbers:

Alabama: 33,968 members, 72 congregations

Alaska: 30,169 members, 81 congregations

Arizona: 374,839 members, 784 congregations

Arkansas: 25,878 members, 60 congregations

California: 755,747 members, 1,356 congregations

Colorado: 137,145 members, 288 congregations

Connecticut: 14,579 members, 32 congregations

Delaware: 4,716 members, 11 congregations

District of Columbia: 2,200 members, 3 congregations

Florida: 131,621 members, 238 congregations

Georgia: 74,644 members, 143 congregations

Hawaii: 68,128 members, 132 congregations

Idaho: 406,764 members, 1,063 congregations

Illinois: 55,111 members, 128 congregations

Indiana: 40,529 members, 69 congregations

Iowa: 23,519 members, 68 congregations

Kansas: 33,050 members, 75 congregations

Kentucky: 31,000 members, 73 congregations

Lousiana: 27,628 members, 48 congregations

Maine: 10,350 members, 30 congregations

Maryland: 39,258 members, 80 congregations

Massachusetts: 24,478 members, 53 congregations

Michigan: 42,599 members, 107 congregations

Minnesota:30,006 members, 79 congregations

Mississippi:20,811 members, 44 congregations

Missouri:63,666 members, 144 congregations

Montana:45,517 members, 119 congregations

Nebraska:22,372 members, 61 congregations

Nevada:173,639 members, 317 congregations

New Hampshire:8,115 members, 21 congregations

New Jersey:30,896 members, 57 congregations

New Mexico:64,872 members, 132 congregations

New York:75,852 members, 151 congregations

North Carolina:74,185 members, 148 congregations

North Dakota:6,140 members, 16 congregations

Ohio:57,045 members, 124 congregations

Oklahoma:41,547 members, 83 congregations

Oregon:145,429 members, 306 congregations

Pennsylvania:48,477 members, 112 congregations

Rhode Island:3,661 members, 6 congregations

South Carolina:35,968 members, 61 congregations

South Dakota:9,525 members, 33 congregations

Tennessee:43,179 members, 92 congregations

Texas:278,492 members, 542 congregations

Utah:1,857,667 members, 4,734 congregations

Vermont:4,323 members, 12 congregations

Virginia:84,876 members, 188 congregations

Washington:257,710 members, 503 congregations

West Virginia:16,711 members, 38 congregtions

Wisconsin:24,019 members, 68 congregations

Wyoming:61,430 members, 151 congregations

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