Northeast Anatolia Region (statistical)

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Northeast Anatolia Region

Kuzeydoğu Bölgesi
Region
Northeastern Anatolia Region.png
Country Turkey
Area
  Region70,903 km2 (27,376 sq mi)
Population
 (2014)
  Region2,206,326
  Rank12th
  Density31/km2 (81/sq mi)
   Urban
1,511,044
   Rural
695,282
HDI (2017)0.742 [1]
high · 12th

The Northeast Anatolia Region (Turkish: Kuzeydoğu Bölgesi) (TRA) is a statistical region in Turkey.

Contents

Subregions and provinces

Age groups

As of December 31, 2014 [2]
Age groupsTotalMaleFemale
0 – 4222,936114,639108,297
5 – 9211,420108,203103,217
10 – 14226,474115,999110,475
15 – 19227,052116,656110,396
20 – 24217,886118,64699,240
25 – 29178,83593,86484,971
30 – 34162,16183,49178,670
35 – 39130,24067,76262,478
40 – 44129,63066,82862,802
45 – 4996,41350,95045,463
50 – 5497,40948,86448,545
55 – 5978,83239,42839,404
60 – 6464,17430,62333,551
65 – 6956,57625,96530,611
70 – 7442,17818,91223,266
75 – 7928,99213,05115,941
80 – 8422,53810,32512,213
85 – 899,2183,1706,048
90+3,3621,0752,287
Total2,206,3261,128,4511,077,875

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014 [3]
RegionPopulationImmigrantsEmigrantsNet immigrantsNet immigration rate
Northeast Anatolia2,206,32680,017123,105-43,088-19.34

State register location of Northeast Anatolia residents

As of December 31, 2014 [4]
RegionPopulationPercentage
Istanbul3,5330.2
West Marmara5,2730.2
Aegean14,9360.7
East Marmara8,0740.4
West Anatolia10,3600.5
Mediterranean21,6671.0
Central Anatolia20,2040.9
West Black Sea18,8780.9
East Black Sea33,8541.5
Northeast Anatolia2,009,25391.3
Central East Anatolia31,7091.4
Southeast Anatolia22,0361.0
Total2,199,777100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014 [5]
GenderNever married %Married %Divorced %Spouse died %Total
Male298,55638.0466,46659.37,7761.013,6931.7786,491
Female206,09327.3467,60862.19,4801.370,3989.3753,579
Total504,64932.8934,07460.717,2561.184,0915.51,540,070

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
Male23,1112.958,0307.4164,07920.9172,15621.973,0359.3176,75622.590,44911.55,9160.82,2440.320,7152.6786,491
Female115,86315.498,14013.0191,04025.4121,03916.143,8965.897,93113.057,0907.63,2070.49700.124,4033.2753,579
All genders138,9749.0156,17010.1355,11923.1293,19519.0116,9317.6274,68717.8147,5399.69,1230.63,2140.245,1182.91,540,070

See also

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References

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