Research about the attitudes of the general U. S. population toward atheists tells us the majority would answer this question, NO.
In U. S. culture, the prevailing view is that humans are not a trustworthy bunch. They have no ability to keep themselves on the straight and narrow and need an invisible being to keep them in line. Apparently, the message in the “original sin” is so ingrained in the U. S. psych it cannot be dislodged. This even though the original sin concept is ridiculous.
Senator Jeff Sessions, the soon to be Attorney General, is a case in point. When he was a Senator considering the qualifications of Judge Sotomayor he questioned whether people without religion could be considered trustworthy. Then more recently while himself being questioned for the AG position he was queasy about the potential damage of a secular world view. All this while also insisting there can be no religious test for holding public office.
To an atheist, this is curious when we note that the Christian faith is all about unknown authors of a Bible that makes threats of punishment and rewards that are all invisible and metered out by invisible beings. The more trustworthy would be openness and accountability. Atheists holds on to no such invisible and unaccountable rewards and punishment.
That humans were born sinful and need religion to keep them in line was genius. It is so powerful that to this day it influences the thinking of an Attorney General.