Almost certainly not
As mentioned in the Help Center, this site is almost exclusively for "challenging unreferenced notable claims". It is not a site for obtaining stats on arbitrary subjects. It's possible you could find a relevant notable claim, and then the answers to that question might contain information you wanted, but that seems extremely unreliable (and I don't consider such an attempt to be a good idea by any metric).
I personally think it's unlikely that there is a lot of research specifically in the area of "Lebanese typos", so I think that you might be unable to get an answer no matter where you ask unless you put in additional effort to draw conclusions from studies in other languages. Regardless, I can think of two alternate StackExchange sites that might fit the question better:
- User Experience.SE mainly comes at questions from the perspective of a software developer trying to fix a problem, but statistics about typos are certainly relevant and somebody there might be able to help you.
- Superuser.SE has a broader focus, but also has numerous questions related to typos so might be able to help.
In either case, you might get the best results by starting in the site's main chat room for quick and casual guidance such as how the question should be phrased.