West Black Sea Region (statistical)

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West Black Sea Region

Batı Karadeniz Bölgesi
Region
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Country Turkey
Area
  Region73,946 km2 (28,551 sq mi)
Population
 (2014)
  Region4,493,559
  Rank7th
  Density61/km2 (160/sq mi)
   Urban
3,301,156
   Rural
1,192,403
HDI (2017)0.807 [1]
very high · 6th

The West Black Sea Region (Turkish: Batı Karadeniz Bölgesi) (TR8) is a statistical region in Turkey.

Contents

Subregions and provinces

Age groups

As of December 31, 2014 [2]
Age groupsTotalMaleFemale
0 – 4279,052143,539135,513
5 – 9299,256153,457145,799
10 – 14324,544165,984158,560
15 – 19360,415183,444176,971
20 – 24338,183172,256165,927
25 – 29310,036158,546151,490
30 – 34327,638164,036163,602
35 – 39315,520158,140157,380
40 – 44308,375152,129156,246
45 – 49283,261141,634141,627
50 – 54298,353145,606152,747
55 – 59269,148133,420135,728
60 – 64230,200112,564117,636
65 – 69190,13388,784101,349
70 – 74142,41364,60377,810
75 – 7996,50941,32455,185
80 – 8481,81236,26745,545
85 – 8930,75910,42820,331
90+7,9521,9825,970
Total4,493,5592,228,1432,265,416

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014 [3]
RegionPopulationImmigrantsEmigrantsNet immigrantsNet immigration rate
West Black Sea4,493,559160,815195,633-34,818-7.72

State register location of West Black Sea residents

As of December 31, 2014 [4]
RegionPopulationPercentage
Istanbul11,9760.3
West Marmara10,2380.2
Aegean22,2520.5
East Marmara33,3710.7
West Anatolia29,5450.7
Mediterranean32,4610.7
Central Anatolia70,7291.6
West Black Sea3,982,18589.0
East Black Sea198,8694.4
Northeast Anatolia34,6560.8
Central East Anatolia22,0640.5
Southeast Anatolia23,6660.5
Total4,472,012100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014 [5]
GenderNever married%Married%Divorced%Spouse died%Total
Male481,85827.41,180,22367.244,9912.648,5692.81,755,641
Female369,58120.31,175,55764.751,1692.8221,76812.21,818,075
Total851,43923.82,355,78065.996,1602.7270,3377.63,573,716

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
Male33,7461.985,4184.9468,24726.7345,15719.7165,7769.4402,26822.9221,25312.613,3220.83,9320.216,5220.91,755,641
Female155,0728.5196,00810.8609,63333.5284,30215.6107,3695.9274,44215.1160,1238.88,2170.52,3510.120,5581.11,818,075
All genders188,8185.3281,4267.91,077,88030.2629,45917.6273,1457.6676,71018.9381,37610.721,5390.66,2830.237,0801.03,573,716

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References

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