No, that isn't even logical to say.
A pluralistic society does not generate multiplicity of views, it ALLOWS them. And for the same reason it allows freedom of speech and a free press, so that we can get closer to the Truth of things.
There is no such thing as 'imposed by the religious folks'. There is no organization, there is no lifelong adherents (many, many are converts entering and leaving, belonging to sects so diverse that I doubt you could find one universally agreed thing among them).
And anyone over 10 should not use the moral superi0rity statement. Among the many views of abortion, death sentence, marriage, etc. you can't identify more than one issue at a time that has any majority at all.
And how does Xenoche recognize these people ?? He must have met thousands of people in his life whose deepest views he had not a clue about.