Mormon millennials are mostly married and wed at about the same age as their parents. They grew up in smaller families, are more racially diverse and more politically balanced than previous LDS generations.
These are among the findings of researcher-writer Jana Riess' 2016 Next Mormons survey, drawn from 1,155 currently identified Mormons.
Responses by 541 former Mormons or those who have left The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Riess writes on her "Flunking Sainthood" blog for Religion News Service, "are tabulated separately."
For her purposes, the LDS writer defines millennials as being born between 1980 and 1998, "the youngest generation of adult Mormons."