Today, I made a point of asking every person what they thought the general disposition towards religion was of the people of their area. After their answer I asked, "It seems to me that most people are spiritual but few are religious. Do you think that's an accurate observation?" Every person agreed wholeheartedly.
That whole "I'm spiritual but not religious" present in the Australian context has caused me to think more and more about it. Dr. Tim Keller has named it "Religionless Spirituality" in an article that I found recently by him. You can find the article it here. Please take a look.