By a margin of nearly three to one, IEET readers responding to a recently concluded poll said morality can and should be separate from religion.
Almost half of those who answered the poll agreed with the statement that gods and religion were created by humans and that morals can be taught without religious overtones. About 22% were more forceful about it, calling religion actively immoral. Only about 13% see value in gods, religion, and/or spirituality as a basis for morality.
See the “Other” answers here.