Prepositions after "predominate"

predominate in, among, as, by or on?

In 70% of cases "predominate in" is used

Punjabis also predominate in the military and the federal government.

A surreal reality of two worlds It is as if two worlds predominate in Sri Lanka.

A series of mostly barren low mountains and hills predominate in the western border areas.

By the 1950s, the Beltsville Small Whites predominated in the home consumption market in the United States.

The church's work of converting Filipinos was facilitated by the absence of other organized religions, except for Islam, which predominated in the south.

But virtual credit was more prevalent during the Middle Ages in Europe, and has come to predominate in the west since it abandoned the gold standard in 1971.

Dry-temperate vegetation, such as coarse grasses, scrub plants, and dwarf palm, predominates in the valleys of the North-West Frontier Province and the Baluchistan Plateau.

The term rankles with ethnic Baloch in the city, who say the area should retain its existing name of Mariabad, after the Marri, a Baloch tribe who once predominated in the district).

In 9% of cases "predominate among" is used

Visual orientation seems to predominate among persons in our culture; audile and tactile thinking is less common.

In 4% of cases "predominate over" is used

The fact that courage usually predominates over despair in itself tells us something important about life.