Racially, religiously, and educationally, the small subset of former Mormons who are now involved in ex-Mormon social media groups are not representative of the whole.
(RNS) — Unfortunately, the 'Stranger Things' characterization of U.S. Mormons as predominantly white is spot on.
Mormons in the United States used to retain about three-quarters of their young people. Now it looks to be closer to half.
Former Mormons don’t generally maintain a high level of spirituality when they decide to leave the fold, unless they become actively involved in another religion.
(RNS) There are some exceptions to the popular thought that the more educated Americans are, they less religious they will be, according to a new analysis by Pew Research Center.
(RNS) One year after the LDS Church banned children of same-sex marriages from baptism and baby blessings, most current Mormons agree with the policy -- and most former Mormons hate it.
(RNS) Does Mormons' dislike of Donald Trump explain why some are exiting the GOP? We unpack the new Pew data on religion and political party affiliation.
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More young adults appear to be leaving the Mormon fold, but the rate of their exodus is less severe than their peers in the Millennial generation.
Seven in ten U.S. Mormons now affiliate with the GOP, and that number appears to be growing.
Mormon support for homosexuality is low overall but growing faster than any other religion's, says a new Pew study out today. But other findings show Mormons very resistant to change.