Are philosophers generally less religious than the general population? I'm not talking about the old-school ones, just the ones that are still alive.
This is a straightforwardly empirical question which needs an empirical, data-based, answer (not an arm-chair, philosophical one!). It would be interesting, then, if some panelist knows about any relevant research. I conjecture, though, the answer goes something like this: If by "philosopher" you mean something like "university teacher of philosophy", then yes, as a group they are less religious than the general population. But that isn't especially because they are philosophers, but because there tends to be less religious belief among people educated to PhD level in general. But that is a conjecture, and I await refutation!