"67 per cent of those surveyed said they trusted “people who are religious” in general, and even more respondents — 73 per cent — expressed trust in “people who are not religious.”
Just 42% of those polled agreed with the statement “religion is an important part of my life,” with women (46%) more likely to value religious activity than men (37%) by a clear margin.
Only 30% of those aged 18 to 24 agreed that religion is important to their life, while respondents aged 65 and older were most likely (56%) to consider religion a force in their life.
Likewise, an expressed belief in God was lowest (56%) among the youngest group of respondents and highest (79%) among the oldest."
Nationalpost.com, Apr 6, 2012
H/T to Friendly Atheist