Why is Utah so Mormon? Googlers want to know

12 Oct , 2017 World

Why is Utah so Mormon?

That’s the question on most Googlers minds, according to recent research from Bazomo.com, a product review website.

The website typed in the phrase “Why is [State] so…” to find its answers. When “state” was replaced with Utah, the word “Mormon” topped the list.

Utah’s other top phrases included “salty,” “hot,” “hazy” and “conservative.”

Other words associated with those, like “polluted” and “smoky today,” as well as “religious,” also filled out the list.

Utah was the only state where Google users searched “Mormon.”

The website typed in the phrase Why is [State] so to find out what people are searching for in each individual state. | bazomo.com

The list is a key into common perceptions of each state.

We’ve pasted the entire map below.


According to Mormon Newsroom, there are roughly 2 million members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the state of Utah with more than 6.5 million adherents across the entire country and nearly 16 million worldwide.

The global headquarters of the church has been in Salt Lake City since 1847, when the first company of Mormon pioneers arrived in the Salt Lake …read more

Source:: Deseret News – U.S. & World News


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