I made this very simple. Not trying to influence the results. Just curious.
Best I can figure, Atheist, Agnostic, and Theist are most often referring to various levels of belief in literal God persons, and I'm not a religious literalist, so I don't feel at home in any of those categories.
I believe that gods are personifications of things/forces/systems that do exist in the natural world ( for example: God = Universe ) so I guess that makes me a religious figuratist, and probably a pantheist.
I do believe the universe exists, and I do believe figures of speech, such as personification, exist, and are useful. So some might call me a theist.
I don't think we can really know anything for certain, so some might call me an agnostic.
And I see no evidence whatsoever that a literal man-in-the-sky-who-created-everything exists, so some would call me an atheist.
But I consider myself to be devoutly religious, so call me what you will. I'll call me a human.