Note: The most recent global survey on Christianity took place in 2010 by the Pew Research Center on Religious and Public Life. The following graphics and numbers come from that survey. With a total world population growth from 6.9 Billion in 2010 to 7.5 Billion in 2017, the numbers today would be different.



Global Christianity as of 2010:

World Population: 6.9 billion
Christian Population: 2,173,180,000 or 31.5%
Percent of Christians in the Middle East: 0.56%

A Closer Look at the Region:

Population of Middle East-North Africa: 341,020,000
Christian Population in Middle East-North Africa: 12,710,000

In countries related to this project, Lebanon has the greatest percentage of Christians,
but Egypt has the greatest number due to the larger population.

Country Breakdown as of 2010:


Total Population: 81,120,000
Christian Population: 4,290,000

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Total Population: 7,420,000
Christian Population: 150,000

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Total Population: 4,040,000
Christian Population: 100,000

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Total Population: 6,190,000
Christian Population: 140,000

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Total Population: 4,230,000
Christian Population: 1,620,000

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