Ironically, when psychologists ask groups of people whether they consider themselves above-average, average, or below-average, an enormous majority of respondents consider themselves "above-average." This is, of course, humorous, because at least half of all people must be below-average. This leads us to a perplexing conundrum in the above question: who in the world is going to say, "I am not insightful about my religion?" Or, "Yes, I am merely a product of social religious conditioning." We are going to get a skewed distribution anyway, the only people who are going to answer at all are those who are interested enough in religion to begin with, so they are the ones who already consider themselves "insightful."
The ironic side is that everyone is a "social product" anyway. We are all influenced by "the society" in which we live, and even a "free thinker" is only "free" in reference to whatever they are choosing to reject from their culture. If I were a "free thinker" in our politically correct culture, I would be a chauvinist; In Afghanistan the free thinker would be the one who supports, "women's rights." In the end, we live in accord with our culture or against it. In individualistic USA, the norm is to define ourselves as separate, different, and unique. One way or another, we will end up being influenced by the background noise of our culture and be a product of it.
More ironic, however, is that God made us so that, by nature, we are all worshipers. We all worship something or someone. Some worship God, some worship a god they invented, some worship their jobs, or a loved one, or their children. A truly insightful person, when it come to religion, is the one who knows the object of their worship so they understand who is guiding their lives. And if you read enough hubpages, you will quickly see that most people are incredibly unaware of what they are worshiping.