I voted spiritual, although I could have voted atheist as well. I guess the "believe's only in science" made the difference.
For me science has been an important "hobby" since I was ten or something. But as I went through it I started to see the limits of it. Then I read some philosophies, and it became even more clear that science is just a perspective, and not even the most relevant to an individual. If you look at the world through human eyes, the first things you notice are all the things around you, the concrete things. Another part of your experience are the memories and thoughts, which you also "see" in some way in this moment. And part of them is science. This makes science less important than my direct experience and less important than the memories and thoughts as a whole. And what's more, since my view of the world is subjective, it would be silly to say that inside that subjective field is an objective part, which is science. Actually, science is just a democratic subjective field of a group of people called scientists. Of course the scientific view can be a lot more accurate or true on many areas than my experience, but still, it is not as relevant as the subjective view. I think the failure to see this is what leads many people to depression. If you look at your subjective existence through objectivity failing to see that that objectivity is rather narrow slice of the total experience, you are bound to see yourself as something small and unimportant.
This doesn't actually seem to have much to do with spirituality, but in some ways it does. For example, it frees me up to listen to that little voice that keeps silent whenever the mind is having one of its endless monologues.