I thought so. But just to make clear. The decision to believe or disbelieve has nothing to do with intelligence or smartness per se For example in Australia, the better educated you are, the more likely you are to claim a religious belief.
A belief is ipso facto without evidentiary support or it could not be a belief. Thus, both belief and disbelief on any unknowable question are equally intelligent or smart responses to that question, in that neither can be proved incorrect. However, the choice does not just relate to the "reality" of the question and its answer, but to the benefits incurred by belief or disbelief.
In the area of religious belief, the scientific evidence is conclusive.Belief confers real and considerable benefits. Thus a smart person may chose belief to gain those benefits, and for no other reason.