East Black Sea Region
Doğu Karadeniz Bölgesi
|• Region||37,551 km2 (14,499 sq mi)|
|• Density||68/km2 (180/sq mi)|
|HDI (2017)||0.787 |
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The East Black Sea Region (Turkish: Doğu Karadeniz Bölgesi) (TR9) is a statistical region in Turkey.
|0 – 4||158,198||80,807||77,391|
|5 – 9||166,486||85,551||80,935|
|10 – 14||183,176||93,387||89,789|
|15 – 19||211,564||108,145||103,419|
|20 – 24||202,382||101,908||100,474|
|25 – 29||178,395||90,936||87,459|
|30 – 34||181,913||92,398||89,515|
|35 – 39||172,016||87,823||84,193|
|40 – 44||177,668||89,245||88,423|
|45 – 49||165,249||85,164||80,085|
|50 – 54||170,135||85,342||84,793|
|55 – 59||154,894||77,745||77,149|
|60 – 64||122,584||60,709||61,875|
|65 – 69||100,486||45,611||54,875|
|70 – 74||80,434||35,340||45,094|
|75 – 79||59,108||24,696||34,412|
|80 – 84||52,107||22,707||29,400|
|85 – 89||22,922||6,464||16,458|
|Region||Population||Immigrants||Emigrants||Net immigrants||Net immigration rate|
|East Black Sea||2,566,840||113,914||118,470||-4,556||-1.77|
|West Black Sea||42,935||1.7|
|East Black Sea||2,382,704||93.2|
|Central East Anatolia||11,070||0.4|
|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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