There's nothing all that surprising about these results, but they confirm on a broad scale that the struggle for gay rights is essentially inevitable. In every country in the Americas and Europe (though not Africa and Asia), those under 40 were substantially more tolerant of gays than those over 40. The United States, to our shame, is near the back of the pack, but even here there's a difference of five points between the generations. Every year, as a younger cohort replaces an older one, that number probably shifts by another couple of points. That's good news, and I'm posting it just because I feel like posting good news once in a while.
The other half of the chart is a little more intriguing, solely by virtue of its novelty. I've never seen a poll that asked quite that question ("Do you have to believe in God in order to be moral?") across such a wide audience. Again, it's not all the surprising to see that younger cohorts are less invested in God as the sole source of morality than older cohorts are, but still interesting to see how widespread it is.