People actively participating in Christianity in what were considered Christian countries in the past are a very small minority, with UK and most of the European countries standing at around 5% to 10%, Canada at perhaps 20%, and the USA at perhaps 40% though the stats claim that polls show 80%(these polls have been considered as not a true picture, based on actual counts done at churches and interviews with ministers of the same churches that were polled. It seems that Americans tend to reply to polls with what they think people want to here rather than what is actually the case.<quoted text>OH, you mean atheism in Communist Russia and Red China. Come on, what is it, atheist are hated more than gays, or is it gays hated more than atheists. Help us out.
I think no one in the USA could ever prove that 80% of the population follow the Christian faith, other than they follow the various holidays, because of tradition.
Aside from the Bible Belt which appears to have a higher than average religious element, but also higher than average bigotry, the USA is mainly a secular society.