Meanwhile, huge majorities in many African, Middle Eastern, and Southeast Asian countries said it was impossible to be moral without believing in God. In Indonesia, 99 percent of respondents agreed with that statement.
So what's the connection? According to Pew: money. The richer a nation is, the less likely its citizens are to connect God and morality. Interestingly, the U.S. and China were extreme outliers, as this handy graph from Pew shows. --Jon Terbush