Central Anatolia Region (statistical)

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Central Anatolia Region

Orta Anadolu Bölgesi
Region
Central Anatolia Region.png
Country Turkey
Area
  Region90,868 km2 (35,084 sq mi)
Population
 (2014)
  Region3,886,251
  Rank8th
  Density43/km2 (110/sq mi)
   Urban
3,038,941
   Rural
847,310
HDI (2018)0.807 [1]
very high · 7th

The Central Anatolia Region (Turkish: Orta Anadolu Bölgesi) (TR7) is a statistical region in Turkey.

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Subregions and provinces

Age groups

As of 31 December 2014 [2]
Age groupsTotalMaleFemale
0 – 4297,122152,560144,562
5 – 9316,606162,418154,188
10 – 14319,956163,266156,690
15 – 19343,985175,612168,373
20 – 24309,019154,916154,103
25 – 29293,342149,259144,083
30 – 34300,441153,560146,881
35 – 39275,224139,554135,670
40 – 44263,115131,333131,782
45 – 49231,001117,162113,839
50 – 54222,116110,002112,114
55 – 59189,73594,81794,918
60 – 64157,12876,80080,328
65 – 69133,09860,71472,384
70 – 7494,65742,17652,481
75 – 7963,52125,74037,781
80 – 8451,04923,44127,608
85 – 8919,2436,74612,497
90+5,8931,3774,516
Total3,886,2511,941,4531,944,798

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014 [3]
RegionPopulationImmigrantsEmigrantsNet immigrantsNet immigration rate
Central Anatolia3,886,251116,952142,812-25,860-6.63

State register location of Central Anatolia residents

As of 31 December 2014 [4]
RegionPopulationPercentage
Istanbul4,8580.1
West Marmara5,1400.1
Aegean16,6060.4
East Marmara10,7150.3
West Anatolia49,9421.3
Mediterranean100,7292.6
Central Anatolia3,466,97189.9
West Black Sea19,1041.4
East Black Sea19,1040.5
Northeast Anatolia63,0291.6
Central East Anatolia31,6120.8
Southeast Anatolia33,8760.9
Total3,857,160100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of 31 December 2014 [5]
GenderNever married%Married%Divorced%Spouse died%Total
Male419,42228.9970,80966.933,7412.326,1561.81,450,128
Female306,69620.7971,15765.744,4553.0156,58110.61,478,889
Total726,11824.81,941,96666.378,1962.7182,7376.22,929,017

Education status of 15+ population by gender

As of 31 December 2014 [6]
GenderIlliterate%Literate with no diploma%Primary school%Primary education%Middle school%High school%College or university%Master's degree%Doctorate%Unknown%Total
Male20,2361.445,8713.2340,26123.5301,27620.8150,42210.4370,22025.5187,44712.912,5180.93,9090.317,9681.21,450,128
Female128,3148.7107,8437.3480,03832.5247,52216.7102,2956.9247,56816.7132,3608.97,4180.52,1830.123,3481.61,478,889
All genders148,5505.1153,7145.2820,29928.0548,79818.7252,7178.6617,78821.1319,80710.919,9360.76,0920.241,3161.42,929,017

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