Uh, yeah.... I would not call two non-related Wikipedia pages "data". What you want is a chart that looks at real families and sees if they moved out of poverty, and then asked their religious association.
You're asking the wrong questions. You seek to defend irrileligion . I seek a better world for the inhabitants here. You know a little about what's trendy this year. I've explored the trends of 10,000 years of history. You maybe had a HS ecology course. I've written the equations that caused Einstein to say, "God does not play dice with the universe". You've probably led a comfy suburban or gentrified yuppy life. I've done economic development in an area with a $20K per-capita income. You maybe have a hobby of "philosophy". I've spent 20 years trying to find the roots of (and solutions to) persistent US poverty. The odds that you've both derived the energy states of quarks...and the Capital Asset Pricing Model...are thin.
Whenever I see people arguing for the demise of religion, I'm pretty sure they have no idea whatsoever what organized religion is about.
I'm pretty sure they've never seen what it brings to otherwise practical or even cynical old ladies as they outlast their husbands, and sometimes sons or daughter, by decades. Never witnessed the year in and year out charitable work. Never seen the sense of community brought to people. Never participated in the continuation of cultural traditions from generation to generation.
Indeed, the very idea of individual freedom is a uniquely Christian one. If it wasn't, would we be sitting here?