I think the Methodists have a broader base and do not have the 50-year history of lunacy that the Piskies have.
I agree. The Methodists began with a larger group of biblical Christians than did the piscopals.
Actually African Anglicans--which make up something like 30+ MILLION--haven't been "tanked" in the worldwide Anglican communion at all--they have been reforming it--to become centered more around Jesus, and holy Scripture, and less Canturbury (since the Church of England itself, is very shakey--but not quite as bad as the Episcopal Church USA).
Something over 100,000 Americans--usually called "Anglican" (NOT Episcopalean)--are a part of Anglican Church of North America-affiliated churches--direct competitors to the 'piskies. Most ACNA churches have ties to African bishops, making them authentically Anglican (apostolic-succession and all), without being controlled or influenced at all by the majority apostate 'piskie "bishops."
The next 10 years will be interesting for Anglicanism...and I predict 2 worldwide bodies--since the developing world Bishops have had about enough with the tolerance for direct apostasy in the Western communion, and will probably break with the UK-parliment/politically influenced state-Church of England sooner or later, IMHO.
Most African Christians are only a generation or so away from animist paganism--where sexual immorality, deviancy and homosexual practice, were not uncommon (and has had terrible consequences--see the African AIDS crises, still in full swing). It is incredibly obvious to African Christians--from new convert up to bishop (unless they've had too much Western exposure...) that homosexual practice is perverted, unnatural, and anti-Christian.
Famously in Rwanda (a major backer of American Anglicans, interestingly) a pagan king about 120 years ago, had a group of Christian boys executed--for refusing to be his sex-slaves. This kind of cultural memory of evil perversion resonates with African Christians--and they will not give-in to accepting homosexuality, like Western dupes have done.