How can you include Bahai faith, which has less than 300k members in the United States and Europe (which is the vast majority of voters) and not agnosticism?
In addition, for those of you who seem to be unaware, agnosticism isn't a religion per se. All it means is that you do not claim to know that your beliefs are correct. So technically everyone in the world should be an agnostic, because nobody "knows," but of course people will claim to know they're correct even with quite literally 0 evidence
Agnosticism is not a religious position: it is an epistemological position. One is either a theist or an atheist; agnosticism is addressing a different question entirely - the availability of knowledge. Thus with regards to religious belief, one can be an agnostic theist or agnostic atheist, but not simply an agnostic.
I regard Agnosticism as a belief in its own right. If someone says they are agnostic I assume it means that they believe there can be no evidence for the existence of God but they wont deny the possibility that one can/does exist.
I dont think this position falls under agnostic theist or atheist.
At any rate I think that Deism and Agnosticism should replace some of the options that have 0 votes since both of those would probably represent most of the "other" votes and perhaps some "atheist" and "christian" votes might switch to either of those given the choice.