Constantinople was established and the Byzantine Empire became a thing. So... what are you talking about?
If 9% of Egypt is Orthodox then we must be counting Coptic Christians as Orthodox. Throw in the Syrians and Armenians and it seems likely that the total figure could be above 10%.
To give an analogical argument, this is like asking the Top X Ethnic Origins for U.S. Americans in a quiz, and conflating Scottish, English, and Irish because 'they're all from the British Isles.' Yes, they are cultural cousins, but they are not the same.
"A demographic study conducted by the research firm Statistics Lebanon found that approximately 27% of the population was Shia, 27% Sunni, 21% Maronite, 8% Greek Orthodox, 5% Druze, 5% Melkite, and 1% Protestant, with the remaining 6% mostly belonging to smaller non-native to Lebanon Christian denominations."
First of all, the quizzes on this site are supposed to be FUN, not scholarly research projects (though striving for some accuracy should be encouraged).
BUT, if you're basing your quizzes on wikipedia, which true scholars NEVER use as the basis of their projects because ANYONE can edit them, then there are bound to be errors or incongruities. If a quiz states that its info is based on a wiki page, then quiz-taker beware: it may not be 100% accurate, according to certain sources, but it will still be a very fun, interesting quiz!
Quizzes are most fun when they are accurate. If you find a mistake on any of my quizzes, please point it out so I can correct it. This will make it more fun for those taking the quiz and save me some embarrassment, too.
Our quizzes post their sources. Is it too much to expect for complainers to do the same?
which lists 4 different surveys with slightly different sets of data suggesting that between 9% and 13% of the population of Lebanon are Orthodox Christian, by the broad definition used in the source linked at the top of the page, including 8% Greek Orthodox, which seem to be the only group included in that source's factoring, even while it includes Armenian Orthodox for Armenia, and Copts for Egypt.
and im from serbia
Now, whether the country is called the Republic of Macedonia, the Republic of North Macedonia, or the "Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" doesn't really matter as the short name for it will still be Macedonia... same as America, Mexico, China, etc.
First of all, it's NOT just a naming dispute "by the stupid Greeks". Many people from North Macedonia/FYROM have irredentist claims against the greek province of Macedonia and its ancient greek history. Also the name of the state remains as FYROM even though most people worldwide know it as Macedonia. So you're again mistaken as the deal signed by the two states is not yet in effect. Nobody used the name to "appease the Greeks", nobody cares about the Greeks which is perfectly demonstrated by the fact that Greece is used as a scapegoat by all european countries for causing the economic crisis and as a storage place for the refugees because they don't want them in their countries.
Comparing the naming dispute to Georgia is just plain idiotic.
One side of this argument is indefensibly stupid and there's no getting around that, I'm sorry.
Also, if you know the demographics of Serbia, with several mainly Catholic, Protestant and Muslim minorities, and with the country's communist past, you also know it is impossible the percentage to be anywhere near 97%. I guess other countries' percentages should probably be checked as well.