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The ministry was unable to provide the breakdown Monday but local TV station MTV aired a report claiming that of the 92,810 registered voters, 60 percent were from the Christian faith and 40 percent were Muslim, with the majority being Sunni Muslim.Canada and the United States are home to 12,000 and 11,000 Lebanese prospective voters, respectively, while France had 9,000 and Germany 8,700 .The report went on to break down the percentage of voters from each Lebanese hometown.Some 12 percent of the expats hailed from Jbeil, Aley and Keserouan, while 8 percent hailed from Batroun, Koura and Bsharri. The Chouf and West Bekaa were the hometowns of 5 and 3 percent of the registered voters, respectively.
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