Membership data December 31, 2005:

Worldwide: 12,560,869
U.S. (approximate): 5,690,672
Non-U.S. (approximate): 6,870,197
Female 53 percent
Male 47 percent
Number of Church units worldwide (congregations): 27,084
Languages in which the basic Church curriculum text is available: 157
The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ
Copies published since 1830: 128,991,640
Copies distributed in 2005: 4,621,515
Languages in print: 105

LDS Membership Distribution (31 December 2005)

Canada – 172,433
United States – 5,690,672
Mexico – 1,043,718
Caribbean – 143,451
Central America – 541,445
South America – 2,987,485
Europe – 448,002
Asia – 892,618
Africa – 237,401
South Pacific – 403,644

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Top Ten Languages Spoken by LDS Church Members

English- 5,828,000
Spanish (mostly Mexico, Central and South America) -3,681,000
Portuguese (mostly Brazil) – 907,000
Tagalog (Philippines) – 165,000
Cebuano (Philippines) – 126,000
Japanese- 117,000
Ilokano (Philippines) – 109,000
Samoan- 102,000
Tongan- 76,000
Korean- 75,000

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