Really? I find that scary. I would say it's more likely to be the other way around here. If you go around telling people you believe in invisible magician's who live in the sky, people are likely to look at you gone out and give you a wide berth. There is a US comdeian over here, who I will have to paraphrase as I can't rember which one he is and therefore can't find the exact quote, but he says we have "gotten over religion" here in the UK.In the US, religious believers attacking atheists is commonplace.
There was a debate a few years ago about it being silly for shops to have to close early for religious reasons on a Sunday, their second busiest trading day, when only 4% of the population regularly attend church. Atheism is the norm. Religious beliefs are respected as long as you keep it to yourself, but the moment you try to inflict your beliefs on others you will become the target of ridicule. I certainly am not aware of anyone I know who genuinely believes in the existence of a god.