Results from Mormon Transhumanist Association Member Survey 2011


The Mormon Transhumanist Association has released results of its 2011 member survey. The survey results provide aggregate statistics of members' views on religion and politics, satisfaction with the association, and demographics.

In 2011, the association grew from 120 members to 143 members, and 71 members participated in the survey. Notable statistical changes since 2010 include:

  • Membership in Utah decreased from 40% to 31% (membership outside the United States increased from 13% to 17%)
  • Membership identifying as "no opinion" in cultural politics decreased from 14% to 5% (membership identifying as conservative in cultural politics increased from 7% to 13%)
  • Membership identifying as progressive in economic politics increased from 21% to 41% (membership identifying as moderate in economic politics decreased from 33% to 23%)
  • Membership reporting a divorced marital status decreased from 14% to 4% (membership reporting a married marital status increased from 58% to 64%, and membership reporting a remarried marital status increased from 7% to 10%)
  • Membership reporting incomplete college education decreased from 26% to 13% (membership reporting postgraduate education increased from 42% to 47%, and membership reporting incomplete postgraduate education increased from 7% to 11%)