Interesting presentation, and understandable, even thought I may disagree with it.
From my perspective, the more we understand about the universe around us, and the more we understand about ourselves (through, of course, both evolutionary biology and neuroscience) the less we need any faith in God or spirituality at all.
Your survey as I understand your questions biases the responses. How would someone who believes that there is no explicit, conscious and supernatural God, or "energy" etc answer your survey? I actually have come to regard most religions and even general spirituality as potentially harmful and limiting, and it seems quite obvious what's triggered our long term evolution to who and what we are today.
And, yes, I'm well aware of both Christian and Hindu faiths. There are significant negatives to all of them. Why not embrace science, logic, rational humanism, and recognize it as a valid perspective? Even more valid than any of the particular faiths, which have less value and often in fact cause harm?