Apparently, we're smarter:
Almost a quarter of Canadians don't believe in any god, new poll says
The [Canadian Press Harris-Decima] poll found 72 per cent of respondents said they believed in a god, while 23 per cent said they did not believe in any god. Six per cent did not offer an opinion.
Pity our unfortunate American counterparts:
Polls have told a different story in the United States.
"Canada's secularism stands in clearer distinction, when compared to the cultural and political influences of religion in the United States," said Anderson. "In one Harris Interactive study in the United States, conducted in 2007, the number who said they were non-believers was only eight per cent."
In a magnanimous gesture of international good will and free trade, we here in Canada will be happy to trade you our ignorant, shrieky Bible fetishists for your thoughtful, educated liberals. 'Cuz that's just the kind of neighbours we are. Selfish.