There are a lot of people who are somewhat familiar with the Mormon population, in particular the Church of Latter-day Saints. The country that has the largest Mormon population on Earth is the United States. The United States is home to close to 6.6 million people of Mormon descent, and many of these individuals are located in Utah. Indeed, one of the most popular universities in Utah, Brigham Young University, is named after one of the most important figures in Mormon history. Even though a lot of people of Mormon to send are clustered in Utah, they also live in other locations across the country. There are also several other countries that have reasonably large Mormon populations.
No other country on Earth has nearly as many Mormons as the United States; however, there are a few other countries that have large Mormon populations. For example, Mexico has a Mormon population that is just over 1.4 million people. Brazil also has a Mormon population that is just under 1.4 million people. These are the only other two countries on Earth that have more than 1 million people of Mormon descent living within their borders. In addition, the Philippines has approximately 750,000 people of Mormon descent living scattered across the islands. These are the countries that have the largest Mormon populations on Earth.
During the past few years, the Mormon church has actually seen a slight increase in its membership. Even though it is up less than one percent during the pandemic, this does represent some mild growth. On the other hand, the global Mormon population has been dropping during the past few decades. Right now, there are a lot of religious groups that are having a difficult time hanging onto their membership numbers, so the Mormon church is not alone. There are a lot of reasons why the Mormon church is having a difficult time recruiting members, and some people feel like the church has lost touch with modern society. It will be interesting to see if more people decide to join the church moving forward.
Mormon beliefs are actually not that different from numerous other modern religions. For example, Mormons believe that it is very important for people to help each other. This is one of the reasons why a lot of people decided to return to the church during the pandemic. A lot of people needed a helping hand, and numerous religious groups encouraged people to help one another out during these difficult times. Mormons also believe that there is a single God that is responsible for creating everything. The Mormon population does not believe that this god is vengeful, and Mormonism actually has a lot of beliefs that overlap with some other modern religions, including Protestantism and Judaism. There are some minor differences between Mormonism and other common modern religions.
Here are the top 10 countries with biggest LDS Mormon population
LDS Mormon Population
|Papua New Guinea||35,033|
|Republic of the Congo||9,892|
|Trinidad and Tobago||3,505|
|United Arab Emirates||1,693|
|Northern Mariana Islands||897|
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||715|
|United States Virgin Islands||589|
|Isle of Man||288|
|Antigua and Barbuda||276|
|Central African Republic||263|
|Saint Kitts and Nevis||212|
|Turks and Caicos Islands||147|
|British Virgin Islands||138|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||67|
The United States, where Mormonism was founded, has the world's highest Mormon population of 6.6 million.