Mediterranean Region (statistical)

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Mediterranean Region

Akdeniz Bölgesi
Region
Mediterranean Region.png
Country Turkey
Area
  Region89,983 km2 (34,743 sq mi)
Population
 (2014)
  Region9,906,771
  Rank3rd
  Density110/km2 (290/sq mi)
   Urban
9,565,705
   Rural
341,066
HDI (2017)0.797 [1]
high · 8th

The Mediterranean Region (Turkish: Akdeniz Bölgesi) (TR6) is a statistical region in Turkey.

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Subregions and provinces

Age groups

As of December 31, 2014 [2]
Age groupsTotalMaleFemale
0 – 4835,926430,092405,834
5 – 9857,049440,226416,823
10 – 14830,907426,406404,501
15 – 19839,153433,393405,760
20 – 24734,359367,807366,552
25 – 29755,932377,829378,103
30 – 34813,129408,719404,410
35 – 39763,167384,548378,619
40 – 44722,840361,073361,767
45 – 49612,121310,586301,535
50 – 54578,232290,277287,955
55 – 59466,250234,388231,862
60 – 64364,034179,783184,251
65 – 69272,392129,362143,030
70 – 74181,05183,15797,894
75 – 79130,04056,97173,069
80 – 8496,50942,40554,104
85 – 8940,46314,43726,026
90+13,2173,5969,621
Total9,906,7714,975,0554,931,716

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014 [3]
RegionPopulationImmigrantsEmigrantsNet immigrantsNet immigration rate
Mediterranean9,906,771226,062222,6213,4410.35

State register location of Mediterranean residents

As of December 31, 2014 [4]
RegionPopulationPercentage
Istanbul38,6730.4
West Marmara27,3760.3
Aegean166,7851.7
East Marmara61,7820.6
West Anatolia192,9342.0
Mediterranean7,329,96474.6
Central Anatolia305,3433.1
West Black Sea133,0531.4
East Black Sea70,8230.7
Northeast Anatolia101,6001.0
Central East Anatolia393,1024.0
Southeast Anatolia1,002,77110.2
Total9,824,206100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014 [5]
GenderNever married%Married%Divorced%Spouse died%Total
Male1,122,02330.82,364,19464.8112,7113.148,7721.33,647,700
Female827,74322.62,365,56464.6158,6834.3311,7878.53,663,777
Total1,949,76626.74,729,75864.7271,3943.7360,5594.97,311,477

Education status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014 [6]
GenderIlliterate%Literate with no diploma%Primary school%Primary education%Middle school%High school%College or university%Master's degree%Doctorate%Unknown%Total
Male49,8281.4139,0113.8846,20223.2762,32220.9369,06310.1889,68924.4493,08313.528,6880.88,0570.261,7571.73,647,700
Female232,8536.4344,2169.41,082,60529.5591,58716.1266,9687.3672,99518.4391,20010.718,8000.55,0710.157,4821.63,663,777
All genders282,6813.9483,2276.61,928,80726.41,353,90918.5636,0318.71,562,68421.4884,28312.147,4880.613,1280.2119,2391.67,311,477

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