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North Lebanon’s Third District: Christian voters have increased by 3.4%, Muslim voters by 21.7%

North Lebanon’s Second District: Christian voters have decreased by 0.18%, Muslim voters have increased by 24.1%

North Lebanon’s First District: Christian voters have increased by 7.3%, Muslim voters by 30.7%

Some media professionals and politicians believe that Lebanese Sunnis are concentrated in Beirut, but the reality is otherwise. The number of Sunni voters in Beirut is declining year after year, and only represented 21.6% of all Sunni voters in Lebanon in 2017. This ratio has declined according to...

Beqa’a Third District: Christian voters have increased by 9.4%, Muslim voters by 22.5%

Beqa’a Second District: Christian voters have increased by 1.8%, Muslim voters by 18.7%

Beqa’a First District: Christian voters have increased by 4.2%, Muslim voters by 15.8%

South Lebanon’s Third District: Christian voters have increased by 5.2%, Muslim voters by 18.3%

South Lebanon’s Second District: Christian voters have increased by 5.9%, Muslim voters by 22%

South Lebanon’s First District: Christian voters have increased by 4.3%, Muslim voters by 16.6%