Central Anatolia Region
Orta Anadolu Bölgesi
|• Region||90,868 km2 (35,084 sq mi)|
|• Density||43/km2 (110/sq mi)|
|HDI (2018)||0.807 |
very high · 7th
The Central Anatolia Region (Turkish: Orta Anadolu Bölgesi) (TR7) is a statistical region in Turkey.
|0 – 4||297,122||152,560||144,562|
|5 – 9||316,606||162,418||154,188|
|10 – 14||319,956||163,266||156,690|
|15 – 19||343,985||175,612||168,373|
|20 – 24||309,019||154,916||154,103|
|25 – 29||293,342||149,259||144,083|
|30 – 34||300,441||153,560||146,881|
|35 – 39||275,224||139,554||135,670|
|40 – 44||263,115||131,333||131,782|
|45 – 49||231,001||117,162||113,839|
|50 – 54||222,116||110,002||112,114|
|55 – 59||189,735||94,817||94,918|
|60 – 64||157,128||76,800||80,328|
|65 – 69||133,098||60,714||72,384|
|70 – 74||94,657||42,176||52,481|
|75 – 79||63,521||25,740||37,781|
|80 – 84||51,049||23,441||27,608|
|85 – 89||19,243||6,746||12,497|
|Region||Population||Immigrants||Emigrants||Net immigrants||Net immigration rate|
|West Black Sea||19,104||1.4|
|East Black Sea||19,104||0.5|
|Central East Anatolia||31,612||0.8|
|Gender||Never married||%||Married||%||Divorced||%||Spouse died||%||Total|
|Gender||Illiterate||%||Literate with no diploma||%||Primary school||%||Primary education||%||Middle school||%||High school||%||College or university||%||Master's degree||%||Doctorate||%||Unknown||%||Total|
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