An online survey conducted by Axios shows that Utah residents love the state and have no qualms about visiting any of the state’s many popular destinations.
The survey, conducted in July and August, found that a whopping 70 percent of Utahns would go to Utah for a wedding or get married in the state, according to Axios.
The survey also found that Utahns have a higher number of wedding guests than the national average, with nearly one in four couples visiting Utah for their wedding.
Axios’ survey also shows that residents love their state so much, they are willing to pay a little more to attend an event.
Utah is home to about 4 million people and has the fourth-highest population density of any state in the country.
In addition to its rich history, Utah is also home to the Salt Lake City metropolitan area and the Salt River Project, which creates new housing and economic development.
A recent UtahPolicy.org report revealed that Utah has the third-highest number of households in the U.S. with an average of three people.
Utah also has the fifth-highest median income of any U.s. state and is one of the few states with no income taxes.
The state’s population is also relatively young, with the average age of Utahans in 2019 was 35.
The state has been home to many major events in recent years, including the 2018 Super Bowl, the 2018 Olympic Winter Games and the 2018 Women’s March.
This article originally appeared on the Axios website.