The answer to your question is unknown. Most atheists were raised Christians but became atheists after examining religion closely, so it is reasonable to figure that as each person grows up, they go on their own quest to find what's what and the religious position of one's parents does not automatically determine a religious outcome of their children.
probably not likely, look at all the other religions, there are quite a few. plus its more opposite, its religious people going Atheists, not Atheists going into religions, but it does happen. so there is a chance, just i dont think a super high one, but thats my thought personaly, not basing this off of a survey or something
Honestly not have much effect on whether the child will or will not find Jesus. As he/she grows, he/she will take the mature decision to believe in whatever he/she thinks is right. My parents are pretty religious, i'm atheist.
If one seeks, one finds, the gospel has been preached all over the western world, and is widely known about in the east. You have a bible in every hotel room, a church in every corner, Jesus I love u bumper stickers, televangelists and much more. If a person doesnt ask questions they wont learn much. Atheists can be born out of Christian parants too.
People usually follow what their parents do, just like if someones pa rents are strictly Christian, they'll probably be Christian too, and never explore other faiths and beliefs. People have, or most do, free will. If someone is raised atheist, then that doesn't mean they'll never switch to a different belief. But for the most part, they don't want to change, just like most Christians who are raised as Christians don't won't to change. Its how they were raised, no sense of trying to change them. You wouldn't want somebody trying to change your religion, would you?
Even with atheistic parents, I took it upon myself to discover my own beliefs. It turns out deism and satanism are more plausible to me than Christianity, Jewish, etc. However, despite my parents' disbelief, I denounce the existence on any gods or supernatural deities.
Atheist or simply secular parents don't jam disbelief into their kids heads and force them to read a science book or books by Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, etc. They simply don't talk about religion or bring religion anywhere near the family since it is totally irrelevant to life. The child will grow up with zero influence of any religion and once they are old enough to think for themselves they will decide what they believe and/or don't believe. Unlike Christian parents who who jack hammer their beliefs into their children's brains which is very effective on young minds and can effect the child for the rest of their life. Basically, having atheist parents won't really have any effect on the kids beliefs.
How likely is it that a Christian would teach his child that Mohammed was the only savior of mankind & that the Koran is the god's words? None. Why? Because he doesn't believe in Mohammed or Koran. That is reason enough. Why then should an atheist parent allow his child to be stuffed with the foolish & impossible falsehoods of Jesus? Why should an atheist give his lambs to the care and keeping of the wolves and hyenas of superstition in the name of "finding Jesus"? Billions of people, before & since Jesus, never cared to find Jesus and yet lived a perfectly moral, virtuous and useful life. After all, Jesus was BUT a "thaumaturgus" and an "exorcist" and NOTHING MORE.
Parents who do not believe in Jesus as god and Bible to be god’s words do not teach their children that they are. Nothing is more outrageous than to take advantage of the helplessness of childhood to sow in the brain the seeds of falsehoods, to imprison the soul in the dungeon of Fear, to teach dimpled infancy the infamous dogma of eternal pain professed by Jesus, -- filling life with the glow & glare of hell.
An atheist parent knows that hypocrisy is not a virtue, and, as a rule, lies are less valuable than facts.