Waiting to see the data on that which supports an actual trend<quoted text>
Perhaps true, but I see a loss of ORGANIZED religious affiliation a first step towards a loss of belief in general. Baby steps. And I would argue that there are those (myself included) that have taken that least leap away from faith with the aid of information more readily available on the Internet - Debates, Philosophical arguments, firmer understanding of logical fallacies, deeper understanding of scientific principles and explanations, etc...
The Pew survey was roundly criticized for implying that same idea with no actual support. Thats why I mentioned it.
No doubt that there are people that fall into your camp. But that can be potentially anecdotal as any other observation to be used as a basis for a claim. I offered my anecdotes as well. Both outcomes are conceivable.