It seems, in general, the less education and higher poverty have a higher correlation to being religious. Education levels vary a great deal by religion. About four-in-ten Hindus (41%) and more than one-third of Muslims (36%) in the study have no formal schooling. In other religious groups, the shares without any schooling range from 10% of Buddhists to 1% of Jews, while a majority of Jewish adults (61%) have post-secondary degrees. Generally, poorer nations tend to be religious; wealthy less so, except for U.S. ref, refref