I've been skimming this thread because it's interesting to correlate lifestyles with beliefs. For me, food issues have elevated to the same emotional levels as religion and politics. I expected to see a large number of non-theists, and the mix of liberals and libertarians is equally interesting.
I'm a non-theist. I was raised Christian and always thought it was a bit absurd. After learning about evolution, then reading Carl Sagan and Bertrand Russell in college - it was over for religion. Now I check in with Dawkins, Harris, Dennett, and Hitchens for fun and mental masturbation. I have yet to hear a compelling argument for any religion.
Politically, I definitely have some libertarian sympathies, but ultimately, I think socialism is a more workable solution in a world that is primarily governed from cities. We should have never strayed from Jefferson's visions of an agrarian culture, but now we have to deal with our situation.