Scores are not the only data point a lender looks at for approval. An applicant can have good FICO scores but have other data points that a creditor/lender will deny approval. Other creditors may approve an applicant with a lower FICO score if other data points are favorable.
I doubt a list of this nature exists. If it did, I doubt it would be very accurate.
Scores are not a reliable predictor of approvals. Many other factors come into play.
If you’re asking because you’re curious about cards/lenders that you may be able to obtain approvals for, you could always give a glimpse into your profile (current cards, age of credit, utilization, derogatory info present, scores, etc.) and I’m sure folks will speak up with suggestions.
Keep in mind credit monitoring services, such as Credit Karma, use fluffy terms such as "poor," "fair," "good," "very good," and "excellent" to get you to apply for a credit product for which they get a commission.
There's a database where people list the scores they were approved with, but I'm pretty sure it's out of date. Plus, we can't link to it on here.
Yes there is a community driven DB, but we cannot link to it from here. However, you will likely find threads here on MyFico with various datapoints you are looking for. But honestly, such DP's are quickly out of date anyways as banks constantly change and refine there approvals based on current trends.