In the U.S. 35% of people who profess catholic faith attend mass at least twice a month.
50% of all Américans read 0 books a year. (the vast majority of that half coincides more or less with the same constituency that voted for the incumbent in the last presidential election - I'd bet on it - laughs)
Church attendance in post-Cold War Russia is considerably higher than it is in the US and is increasing in the former proletariat population. (to the delight, I'm sure, of Billy Graham and the other savagely anti-commie radical evangelicals).