Perception of U.S. Mormons of how unreligious people act toward them in 2012

Do you feel that people who are not religious are generally friendly, neutral or unfriendly toward Mormons?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 12, 2012
Perception of U.S. Mormons of how unreligious people act toward them in 2012 This statistic shows the results of a survey among Mormons in the United States on how they feel people who are not religious are treating them in 2012. 23 percent of respondents feel that people who are not religious are generally friendly toward Mormons.
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Do you feel that people who are not religious are generally friendly, neutral or unfriendly toward Mormons?

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