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West Black Sea Region (statistical)

West Black Sea Region
Batı Karadeniz Bölgesi
Region
Location of West Black Sea Region
Country Turkey
Area
 • Region 73,946 km2 (28,551 sq mi)
Population (2014)
 • Region 4,493,559
 • Rank 7th
 • Density 61/km2 (160/sq mi)
 • Urban 3,301,156
 • Rural 1,192,403

The West Black Sea Region (TR8) is a statistical region in Turkey.

Contents

  • Subregions and provinces 1
  • Age groups 2
  • Internal immigration 3
    • State register location of West Black Sea 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 – 4 279,052 143,539 135,513
5 – 9 299,256 153,457 145,799
10 – 14 324,544 165,984 158,560
15 – 19 360,415 183,444 176,971
20 – 24 338,183 172,256 165,927
25 – 29 310,036 158,546 151,490
30 – 34 327,638 164,036 163,602
35 – 39 315,520 158,140 157,380
40 – 44 308,375 152,129 156,246
45 – 49 283,261 141,634 141,627
50 – 54 298,353 145,606 152,747
55 – 59 269,148 133,420 135,728
60 – 64 230,200 112,564 117,636
65 – 69 190,133 88,784 101,349
70 – 74 142,413 64,603 77,810
75 – 79 96,509 41,324 55,185
80 – 84 81,812 36,267 45,545
85 – 89 30,759 10,428 20,331
90+ 7,952 1,982 5,970
Total 4,493,559 2,228,143 2,265,416

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014[2]
Region Population Immigrants Emigrants Net immigrants Net immigration rate
West Black Sea 4,493,559 160,815 195,633 -34,818 -7.72

State register location of West Black Sea residents

As of December 31, 2014[3]
Region Population Percentage
Istanbul 11,976 0.3
West Marmara 10,238 0.2
Aegean 22,252 0.5
East Marmara 33,371 0.7
West Anatolia 29,545 0.7
Mediterranean 32,461 0.7
Central Anatolia 70,729 1.6
West Black Sea 3,982,185 89.0
East Black Sea 198,869 4.4
Northeast Anatolia 34,656 0.8
Central East Anatolia 22,064 0.5
Southeast Anatolia 23,666 0.5
Total 4,472,012 100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014[4]
Gender Never married % Married % Divorced % Spouse died % Total
Male 481,858 27.4 1,180,223 67.2 44,991 2.6 48,569 2.8 1,755,641
Female 369,581 20.3 1,175,557 64.7 51,169 2.8 221,768 12.2 1,818,075
Total 851,439 23.8 2,355,780 65.9 96,160 2.7 270,337 7.6 3,573,716

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 33,746 1.9 85,418 4.9 468,247 26.7 345,157 19.7 165,776 9.4 402,268 22.9 221,253 12.6 13,322 0.8 3,932 0.2 16,522 0.9 1,755,641
Female 155,072 8.5 196,008 10.8 609,633 33.5 284,302 15.6 107,369 5.9 274,442 15.1 160,123 8.8 8,217 0.5 2,351 0.1 20,558 1.1 1,818,075
All genders 188,818 5.3 281,426 7.9 1,077,880 30.2 629,459 17.6 273,145 7.6 676,710 18.9 381,376 10.7 21,539 0.6 6,283 0.2 37,080 1.0 3,573,716

Election results

2014 presidential election

Erdoğan % İhsanoğlu % Demirtaş % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
1,582,929 62.4 916,648 36.1 36,962 1.5 2,536,539 97.7 59,051 2.3 2,595,590 79.1 3,280,591

June 2015 general elections

AKP % CHP % MHP % HDP % Other parties % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
1,351,674 49.3 669,505 24.4 555,690 20.3 33,000 1.2 134,020 4.8 2,743,889 97.6 67,757 2.4 2,811,646 85.8 3,278,433

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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