Cache County Has Third Highest Concentration Of Latter-Day Saints, Religion Census Finds
Cache County has the third-highest concentration of Latter-day Saints of anywhere in the country.
The Public Religion Research Institute published its 2020 Census of American Religion on Thursday. According to the Census of American Religion, 64% of Cache County’s population reported to be members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, falling short of No. 1 Utah County at 72% and No. 2 Madison County, Idaho, at 62%. Madison County includes Rexburg, home of BYU Idaho.
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