Central East Anatolia Region (statistical)

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Central East Anatolia Region

Ortadoğu Anadolu Bölgesi
Region
Central East Anatolia Region.png
Country Turkey
Area
  Region78,458 km2 (30,293 sq mi)
Population
 (2014)
  Region3,801,911
  Rank9th
  Density48/km2 (130/sq mi)
   Urban
2,992,754
   Rural
809,157
HDI (2017)0.737 [1]
high · 10th

The Central East Anatolia Region (Turkish: Ortadoğu AnadoluBölgesi) (TRB) is a statistical region in Turkey.

Contents

Subregions and provinces

Age groups

As of 31 December 2014 [2]
Age groupsTotalMaleFemale
0 – 4392,198200,691191,507
5 – 9389,144199,460189,684
10 – 14402,624206,191196,433
15 – 19398,531204,046194,485
20 – 24384,526208,838175,688
25 – 29319,597166,226153,371
30 – 34290,211147,273142,938
35 – 39232,868118,517114,351
40 – 44220,908111,344109,564
45 – 49165,91687,03078,886
50 – 54159,43780,69578,742
55 – 59124,58762,41962,168
60 – 6497,93646,19351,743
65 – 6978,06735,00843,059
70 – 7456,40025,73130,669
75 – 7939,53517,13822,397
80 – 8430,49614,20316,293
85 – 8912,8494,0738,776
90+6,0811,4404,641
Total3,801,9111,936,5161,865,395

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014 [3]
RegionPopulationImmigrantsEmigrantsNet immigrantsNet immigration rate
Central East Anatolia3,801,911101,298148,095-46,797-12.23

State register location of Central East Anatolia residents

As of 31 December 2014 [4]
RegionPopulationPercentage
Istanbul3,6670.1
West Marmara7,1100.2
Aegean20,3880.5
East Marmara9,7750.3
West Anatolia13,7270.4
Mediterranean46,0131.2
Central Anatolia32,1530.8
West Black Sea21,7570.6
East Black Sea11,8520.3
Northeast Anatolia39,9211.1
Central East Anatolia3,438,57790.6
Southeast Anatolia150,0284.0
Total3,794,968100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of 31 December 2014 [5]
GenderNever married%Married%Divorced%Spouse died%Total
Male525,69039.6770,82458.112,8181.017,6391.31,326,971
Female398,76431.0769,96559.917,4621.499,1387.71,285,329
Total924,45435.41,540,78959.030,2801.2116,7774.52,612,30

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
Male43,5993.399,5377.5228,41317.2318,31624.0127,8479.6315,25923.8161,19012.19,6330.73,1680.220,0091.51,326,971
Female195,54915.2218,54817.0273,29421.3213,60416.680,1256.2174,60313.695,6867.44,5010.41,3970.128,0222.21,285,329
All genders239,1489.2318,08512.2501,70719.2531,92020.4207,9728.0489,86218.8256,8769.814,1340.54,5650.248,0311.82,612,300

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References

  1. "Sub-national HDI - Area Database - Global Data Lab". hdi.globaldatalab.org. Retrieved 2018-09-13.
  2. TurkStat "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-07-14. Retrieved 2015-07-14.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. TurkStat Archived 2015-07-16 at the Wayback Machine
  4. TurkStat
  5. TurkStat Archived 2015-07-21 at the Wayback Machine
  6. TurkStat Archived 2015-07-21 at the Wayback Machine

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