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Northeast Anatolia Region (statistical)

Northeast Anatolia Region
Kuzeydoğu Bölgesi
Region
Location of Northeast Anatolia Region
Country Turkey
Area
 • Region 70,903 km2 (27,376 sq mi)
Population (2014)
 • Region 2,206,326
 • Rank 12th
 • Density 31/km2 (81/sq mi)
 • Urban 1,511,044
 • Rural 695,282

The Northeast Anatolia Region (TRA) is a statistical region in Turkey.

Contents

  • Subregions and provinces 1
  • Age groups 2
  • Internal immigration 3
    • State register location of Northeast Anatolia residents 3.1
  • Marital status of 15+ population by gender 4
  • Education status of 15+ population by gender 5
  • Election results 6
    • 2014 presidential election 6.1
    • June 2015 general elections 6.2
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9
  • Sources 10

Subregions and provinces

Age groups

As of December 31, 2014[1]
Age groups Total Male Female
0 – 4 222,936 114,639 108,297
5 – 9 211,420 108,203 103,217
10 – 14 226,474 115,999 110,475
15 – 19 227,052 116,656 110,396
20 – 24 217,886 118,646 99,240
25 – 29 178,835 93,864 84,971
30 – 34 162,161 83,491 78,670
35 – 39 130,240 67,762 62,478
40 – 44 129,630 66,828 62,802
45 – 49 96,413 50,950 45,463
50 – 54 97,409 48,864 48,545
55 – 59 78,832 39,428 39,404
60 – 64 64,174 30,623 33,551
65 – 69 56,576 25,965 30,611
70 – 74 42,178 18,912 23,266
75 – 79 28,992 13,051 15,941
80 – 84 22,538 10,325 12,213
85 – 89 9,218 3,170 6,048
90+ 3,362 1,075 2,287
Total 2,206,326 1,128,451 1,077,875

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014[2]
Region Population Immigrants Emigrants Net immigrants Net immigration rate
Northeast Anatolia 2,206,326 80,017 123,105 -43,088 -19.34

State register location of Northeast Anatolia residents

As of December 31, 2014[3]
Region Population Percentage
Istanbul 3,533 0.2
West Marmara 5,273 0.2
Aegean 14,936 0.7
East Marmara 8,074 0.4
West Anatolia 10,360 0.5
Mediterranean 21,667 1.0
Central Anatolia 20,204 0.9
West Black Sea 18,878 0.9
East Black Sea 33,854 1.5
Northeast Anatolia 2,009,253 91.3
Central East Anatolia 31,709 1.4
Southeast Anatolia 22,036 1.0
Total 2,199,777 100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014[4]
Gender Never married % Married % Divorced % Spouse died % Total
Male 298,556 38.0 466,466 59.3 7,776 1.0 13,693 1.7 786,491
Female 206,093 27.3 467,608 62.1 9,480 1.3 70,398 9.3 753,579
Total 504,649 32.8 934,074 60.7 17,256 1.1 84,091 5.5 1,540,070

Education status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014[5]
Gender Illiterate % Literate with no diploma % Primary school % Primary education % Middle school % High school % College or university % Master's degree % Doctorate % Unknown % Total
Male 23,111 2.9 58,030 7.4 164,079 20.9 172,156 21.9 73,035 9.3 176,756 22.5 90,449 11.5 5,916 0.8 2,244 0.3 20,715 2.6 786,491
Female 115,863 15.4 98,140 13.0 191,040 25.4 121,039 16.1 43,896 5.8 97,931 13.0 57,090 7.6 3,207 0.4 970 0.1 24,403 3.2 753,579
All genders 138,974 9.0 156,170 10.1 355,119 23.1 293,195 19.0 116,931 7.6 274,687 17.8 147,539 9.6 9,123 0.6 3,214 0.2 45,118 2.9 1,540,070

Election results

2014 presidential election

Erdoğan % İhsanoğlu % Demirtaş % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
523,337 53.6 195,427 20.0 257,388 26.4 976,152 98.4 16,130 1.6 992,282 73.5 1,350,903

June 2015 general elections

AKP % CHP % MHP % HDP % Other parties % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
402,531 36.2 81,030 7.3 187,436 16.9 399,451 35.9 41,649 3.7 1,112,097 98.1 21,756 1.9 1,133,853 83.9 1,351,709

See also

References

  1. ^ TurkStat [5]
  2. ^ TurkStat [6]
  3. ^ TurkStat
  4. ^ TurkStat [7]
  5. ^ TurkStat [8]

External links

  • TURKSTAT (English)

Sources

  • ESPON Database

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