# Counting from a list of polynomials

I have the following list of rational functions:

l={(1.92593 x + 156.713 x^2 + 984.928 x^3 + 2835.89 x^4 + 4790.17 x^5 +
6312.74 x^6 + 6361.5 x^7 + 4893.32 x^8 + 2894.32 x^9 +
1291.06 x^10 + 408.032 x^11 + 92.1898 x^12 + 16.5306 x^13 +
2.35827 x^14)/(x + 140 x^2 + 1006 x^3 + 3127 x^4 + 5556 x^5 +
7697 x^6 + 8277 x^7 + 6776 x^8 + 4316 x^9 + 2079 x^10 +
715 x^11 + 191 x^12 + 34 x^13 + 4 x^14), (0.962963 x +
153.004 x^2 + 1011.72 x^3 + 2964.87 x^4 + 4935.08 x^5 +
6585.44 x^6 + 6458.25 x^7 + 4863.74 x^8 + 2672.89 x^9 +
1103.88 x^10 + 311.636 x^11 + 69.3013 x^12 + 10.4081 x^13 +
1.17914 x^14)/(x + 140 x^2 + 1006 x^3 + 3127 x^4 + 5556 x^5 +
7697 x^6 + 8277 x^7 + 6776 x^8 + 4316 x^9 + 2079 x^10 +
715 x^11 + 191 x^12 + 34 x^13 + 4 x^14), (3.85185 x +
151.15 x^2 + 1008.14 x^3 + 2935.63 x^4 + 4950.81 x^5 +
6367.76 x^6 + 6316.97 x^7 + 4809.03 x^8 + 2847.33 x^9 +
1204.67 x^10 + 389.545 x^11 + 90.9182 x^12 + 12.8571 x^13 +
1.76871 x^14)/(x + 140 x^2 + 1006 x^3 + 3127 x^4 + 5556 x^5 +
7697 x^6 + 8277 x^7 + 6776 x^8 + 4316 x^9 + 2079 x^10 +
715 x^11 + 191 x^12 + 34 x^13 + 4 x^14), (0.962963 x +
153.004 x^2 + 1192.99 x^3 + 3370.73 x^4 + 5298.59 x^5 +
6738.54 x^6 + 6391.45 x^7 + 4497.74 x^8 + 2426.53 x^9 +
924.928 x^10 + 264.098 x^11 + 45.1412 x^12 + 6.12244 x^13 +
1.17914 x^14)/(x + 140 x^2 + 1006 x^3 + 3127 x^4 + 5556 x^5 +
7697 x^6 + 8277 x^7 + 6776 x^8 + 4316 x^9 + 2079 x^10 +
715 x^11 + 191 x^12 + 34 x^13 + 4 x^14), (1.92593 x +
142.804 x^2 + 957.246 x^3 + 2757.64 x^4 + 4703.23 x^5 +
6194.73 x^6 + 6419.86 x^7 + 4933.98 x^8 + 2976.2 x^9 +
1339.05 x^10 + 437.082 x^11 + 109.356 x^12 + 18.9796 x^13 +
1.76871 x^14)/(x + 140 x^2 + 1006 x^3 + 3127 x^4 + 5556 x^5 +
7697 x^6 + 8277 x^7 + 6776 x^8 + 4316 x^9 + 2079 x^10 +
715 x^11 + 191 x^12 + 34 x^13 + 4 x^14)}

I would plot them between 0<x<1 using:

Plot[{1, l[[1 ;; 5]]}, {x, 0, 1}]

which would give:

Now I want to count the number of polynomials that are above the line 1 in different intervals, for instance there are 5 of them (all) that are above 1 between 0<x<0.2, then there are 3 of them above line for 0.2<x<0.4 and so on. Surely I plotted them to see them but I presume there should be a way to count those lines that are above 1 at each interval just using the list l

$$\begin{array}{|c|c|} \hline 0 & 0.470394