Respondent Demographics - Lebanon
- Figure 1 shows the regional breakdown of interviews for the total sample. These breakdowns are proportionate to the national population.
- Figure 2 shows the breakdown of urban and rural respondents by region. 77% of respondents in the sample are from urban areas and 23% are from rural areas. These breakdowns are proportionate to the national population.
|Figure 1 - % and number of respondents by region, total sample|
|Figure 2 - % and number of urban & rural respondents by region, total sample|
- Figure 3 shows the age distribution of men and women captured in our survey.
- Figure 4 shows the distribution of female respondents by sect: 52% of women respondents are Muslim (27% Sunni, 25% Shi’a), 43% are Christian (29% Maronite, 7% Orthodox, 5% Catholic, 2% Armenian), and 5% are Druze.
- Figure 5 show marital status of women respondents and Figure 6 shows marital status of men respondents.
- Figure 7 shows respondents’ average number of children by all respondents, women respondents only, men respondents only, non-single women, and non-single men. The average number of children of both men and women respondents is 1.85.
- Figure 8 shows the household income ranges of both men and women respondents. As seen below, most household incomes fall between $300 USD and $1100 USD per month.
- Figure 9 shows approximate percentage of household income from both men and women that come from remittances. As you can see, 88% of respondents report either a small amount or none of their household income comes from remittances and 6% report one quarter of their income is from remittances.
- Figure 10 shows education levels by gender. As you can see, education levels do not vary much between men and women. However, Figure 11 shows that despite similar education levels, income levels do in fact vary by gender.