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Sunni Muslims as percent of the total population, 2013:

The average for 2013 based on 32 countries was 64.3 percent. The highest value was in Algeria: 100 percent and the lowest value was in Iran: 9 percent. The indicator is available from 1960 to 2013. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: percent; Source: The Cline Center for Democracy
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Countries Percent Sunni Muslim, 2013 Global rank Available data
Algeria 100 1 1962 - 2013
Morocco 100 2 1960 - 2013
Tunisia 100 3 1960 - 2013
Djibouti 99 4 1977 - 2013
Comoros 98 5 1975 - 2013
Libya 98 6 1960 - 2013
Somalia 98 7 1960 - 2013
Jordan 96 8 1960 - 2013
Senegal 95 9 1960 - 2013
Uzbekistan 91 10 1991 - 2013
Egypt 90 11 1960 - 2013
Indonesia 88 12 1960 - 2013
Tajikistan 85 13 1991 - 2013
Saudi Arabia 84 14 1960 - 2013
Afghanistan 79 15 1960 - 2013
UA Emirates 79 16 1971 - 2013
Syria 76 17 1960 - 2013
Turkey 76 18 1960 - 2013
Sudan 68 19 1960 - 2013
Yemen 62 20 1960 - 2013
Kuwait 57 21 1961 - 2013
Bosnia & Herz. 48 22 1992 - 2013
Iraq 34 23 1960 - 2013
Azerbaijan 29 24 1991 - 2013
Bahrain 28 25 1971 - 2013
Lebanon 26 26 1960 - 2013
Togo 23 27 1960 - 2013
Bulgaria 11 28 1960 - 2013
Georgia 10 29 1991 - 2013
India 10 30 1960 - 2013
Iran 9 31 1960 - 2013
Oman 9 32 1960 - 2013



Definition: Sunni Muslims as percent of the total population.

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