Top 5 Countries with the Highest Percent Mormon by Continent

Percent of the total population of each country
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Last updated: June 1, 2017
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Africa
2.44
Cape Verde
0.29
Sierra Leone
0.27
Ghana
0.23
Liberia
0.20
Zimbabwe
 
 
Asia
0.73
Philippines
0.38
Mongolia
0.17
South Korea
0.25
Taiwan
0.12
Armenia
Europe
0.40
Portugal
0.29
United Kingdom
0.10
Albania and Sweden
0.11
Switzerland
0.11
Spain
 
 
N. America
2.03
United States
2.02
El Salvador
1.94
Honduras
1.61
Nicaragua
1.76
Guatemala
N.America
Oceania
60.23
Tonga
39.59
Samoa
5.72
Micronesia
17.18
Kiribati
10.15
Marsall Islands
S. America
3.32
Chile
3.10
Uruguay
1.88
Peru
1.81
Bolivia
1.49
Ecuador
S.America
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Level 64
May 31, 2017
Niue is part of New Zealand. *Marshall islands
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Level 76
Apr 14, 2018
Niue is a 'self-governing country in free association with New Zealand'. It is not part of New Zealand because it has a separate government and separate citizenship.
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Level 85
May 31, 2017
On JetPunk, Armenia is usually considered part of Asia. And Hong Kong isn't a country.
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Level 68
May 31, 2017
Neither is Macau or Niue.
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Level 51
May 31, 2017
The numbers appear to have been provided by the LDS. Do not seem legit.
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Level 59
May 31, 2017
You could add a tiny hint that there are 'countries' that are not actual independent countries (as in "the Countries of the World") included in the quiz. I'd never guess Hong Kong or Niue if I'm asked to give a country. ..
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Level 85
Jun 1, 2017
Tonga numbers are wrong, according to the 2011 census (most recent) it should be 18%, not 62%.
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Level 70
Jun 1, 2017
As others have pointed out, the legitacy of the data is debatable.