Honestly, I don't want to vote on the poll because I don't understand the differences in the choices enough to be able to identify which I would belong too (reading the wikipedia articles didn't help much either). Let me explain my views and maybe you can decide...
I believe in a God. I often feel that there is someone out there guiding me, and giving me the strength I need sometimes to go through the problems I face in life. I believe that there is someone out there that we can put our faith in, and rely on. Sometimes things in life go bad, but that doesn't mean that "there is no God" since there is one thing I have learned in my short life so far, no matter how bad an experience is, you ALWAYS gain something from it. I have gone through years, not just days, where there had been something that has bugging me (too many to list), things that still bug me to this day about myself, others, and the world around me. But eventually, I get over these things, and I become a better person for fighting it out and not giving up and turning a blind eye.
Do I believe in the church however? Not a chance that I ever will. The orthodox church has done too much in my eyes to damage the world (especially the culture and namely the history of Greece, something which I am practically in love with and can't stop thinking and reading about), and after learning the truth, I have become outraged that I ever was a follower of it. This doesn't even apply to just the orthodox church, but all churches in general, and for all religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.).
Do I believe in what Christianity says is true? Nope. Do I believe in the words of the bible? Nope. But do I agree with what religion as a whole has to teach? I do. I do agree with the values it teaches (being nice to others, being faithful to your peers, striving to be the best person that you can possibly be...) but it is the way in which religion has abused the people all over the world that has me angry. The things these religions preach look good on the outside, and often times are good rules to live by, but the church itself rarely represents these lessons in life itself.
So basically, I do not believe in Christianity or any other religion, I am not an atheist as I believe there is a god, but I am not an agnostic because I do know that the concept of a god, be it a person, a spirit, or a piece of ourselves, does exist, and I feel his presence in my life every day.