It's unlikely that those statistics exist, especially not at any official level.
The reason for this is that asylum claims are based on individual circumstances and experience. When officials consider asylum claims they look at the actual persecution or danger the person is under. They are not granted asylum because (for example) they are LGBTQ, or because of their political views, or because of their religion. They are granted asylum because they were threatened with prison, or were kidnapped, or because a mob tried to burn their house. The reason for the danger is secondary. Another person who holds the same views may be in no danger and so not eligible for asylum. This means that officials likely do not even record statistics like this, because they are not relevant.
Even if statistics for the numbers of successful asylum claims existed, they would not tell you the likelihood of success. If it turned out that (for example) there were lots of asylum claims from women's rights workers, that would only prove that lots of women's rights workers were persecuted (and that they had the ability to travel).
If you are trying to attach yourself to a cause or demographic because you think it will get you asylum, then I beg you not to. Not only are you almost certain to fail, but you are also creating impediments for people whose lives and security are genuinely in danger and need a refuge.