They depend on how superstitious individuals are.
In general, Islam is against miracles that happen after Muhammad's era.
However that does not stop many Muslims from believing in supernatural and metaphysical events on a daily basis like any other religious community.
They are not alone in this, and It is wrong to think of them as a special kind of people or special kind of belief.
Answering your question, it depends on the geographical region and the civilization level and it has nothing to do at all with the religion per se.
To make it clearer in an example,
People in Egypt, Iran or any country , do report the same frequency of miracles (and they compete between themselves) regardless to the religion (Christians, Muslims, or any minority)
No difference in frequency, the difference is merely in how it looks like, what Miracle, what shape, what type, these type of things might be influenced by the religion, but not the fact that it is a miracle.
Another thing to note, that these Abrahimi religions are all the same (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) They are the same one religion in different shapes... Studying the linkage between them is very important.