I asked a question 'Are most skeptics atheists?' and within minutes it was closed,locked and deleted as it had a religion tag(i didn't have enough reputation to create a new tag) and atheism does not mean pertain to religion since religion is a cultural system and a religion can be atheistic or non-atheistic. Also There is this question 'Are most terrorists Muslim?' it is basically same 'Are most [insert group here] [insert group here]?'
The term skeptic is too vague. What's the test that you use to decide whether people are skeptic?
Is it about believing claims that someone tells you. If Alice tells you that Bob and Carol have an affair is a skeptic less likely to believe Alice claims?
Is it about a willingness to update your beliefs when you are faced with new evidence?
Is it about whether people self identify as being skeptics?
Is it about people who attend physical skeptic meetings?
Can a person who believes that brushing his tooth is important without having seen any peer viewed studies that support his habit be a skeptic? Especially when the person advocates that every medical intervention should be backed up by placebo-blind trial.
Can a person who believes in the invisible hand of the market be a skeptic?
Does it matter whether a person acts on his beliefs or whether he just uses the beliefs to rationalize his actions?
Are AGW-skeptics skeptics?
A good answer for your question would have to solve the semantic struggle. Such semantic discussions are offtopic.
I think Christian gives some good reasons as to why answering that question would be difficult or impossible compared to, say, the Muslim/terrorist question.
But if that doesn't work for you, just read the FAQ:
Skeptics is about applying skepticism — it's for researching the evidence behind the claims you hear or read. It is not for philosophical discussions about skepticism itself.
This isn't some kaffeeklatsch for discussing the tenets of Skepticism or Atheism as a belief system, movement, etc. It's "for researching the evidence behind the claims you hear or read".
Did you hear or read that most skeptics are atheists? Who made that claim, and who were they referring to by "skeptics"? What were they referring to by "atheists"? Such information when asking a question is fundamental to the purpose of this site, and you didn't provide any of it. The result was a sophomoric philosophical question, discussion-fodder and troll-bait. And so it was rightly dispatched as such.
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