Southeast Anatolia Region (statistical)

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Southeast Anatolia Region

Güneydoğu Anadolu Bölgesi
Region
Southeast Anatolia Region.png
Country Turkey
Area
  Region76,192 km2 (29,418 sq mi)
Population
 (2014)
  Region8,250,718
  Rank4th
  Density110/km2 (280/sq mi)
   Urban
7,574,462
   Rural
676,256
HDI (2017)0.754 [1]
high · 11th

The Southeast Anatolia Region (Turkish: Güneydoğu Anadolu Bölgesi) (TRC) is a statistical region in Turkey.

Contents

Subregions and provinces

Population

Historical population
YearPop.±% p.a.
2007 7,170,849    
2008 7,350,752+2.51%
2009 7,462,893+1.53%
2010 7,592,772+1.74%
2011 7,816,173+2.94%
2012 7,958,473+1.82%
2013 8,096,352+1.73%
2014 8,250,718+1.91%
2015 8,385,540+1.63%

Age groups

As of December 31, 2014 [2]
Age groupsTotalMaleFemale
0 – 41,046,405536,333510,072
5 – 9995,825509,176486,649
10 – 14941,803482,258459,545
15 – 19892,791456,636436,155
20 – 24760,168388,584371,584
25 – 29685,397345,908339,489
30 – 34622,574312,842309,732
35 – 39507,928255,940251,988
40 – 44437,601221,242216,359
45 – 49327,228169,653157,575
50 – 54285,192144,559140,633
55 – 59206,228102,522103,706
60 – 64167,94079,93288,008
65 – 69133,27159,33573,936
70 – 7494,18642,31451,872
75 – 7966,54427,23739,307
80 – 8448,53020,51428,016
85 – 8920,9456,35214,593
90+10,1622,0438,119
Total8,250,7184,163,3804,087,338

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014 [3]
RegionPopulationImmigrantsEmigrantsNet immigrantsNet immigration rate
Southeast Anatolia8,250,718148,175198,824-50,649-6.12

State register location of Southeast Anatolia residents

As of December 31, 2014 [4]
RegionPopulationPercentage
Istanbul4,7540.1
West Marmara8,8610.1
Aegean28,2240.3
East Marmara12,2860.1
West Anatolia20,8500.3
Mediterranean181,8742.2
Central Anatolia36,8180.4
West Black Sea27,7350.3
East Black Sea13,1400.2
Northeast Anatolia20,5760.3
Central East Anatolia133,8621.6
Southeast Anatolia7,738,94194.1
Total8,227,921100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014 [5]
GenderNever married %Married %Divorced %Spouse died %Total
Male1,020,28938.91,555,86059.324,9420.924,5660.92,625,657
Female852,93732.51,561,54959.639,8351.5167,9166.42,622,237
Total1,873,22635.73,117,40959.464,7771.2192,4823.75,247,894

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
Male91,3123.5312,3798.1478,99918.2730,89027.8259,3609.9521,20719.9273,70910.415,4400.64,0840.237,2771.42,625,657
Female455,70517.4451,24917.2525,98720.1505,91319.3162,0506.2291,24711.1167,4886.46,7650.31,8990.153,9342.12,622,237
All genders547,01710.4664,62812.71,004,98619.21,236,80323.6421,4108.0812,45415.5441,1978.422,2050.45,9830.191,2111.75,247,894

See also

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References

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