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East Black Sea Region (statistical)

East Black Sea Region
Doğu Karadeniz Bölgesi
Region
Location of East Black Sea Region
Country Turkey
Area
 • Region 37,551 km2 (14,499 sq mi)
Population (2014)
 • Region 2,566,840
 • Rank 11th
 • Density 68/km2 (180/sq mi)
 • Urban 2,159,177
 • Rural 407,663

The East Black Sea Region (TR9) is a statistical region in Turkey.

Contents

  • Subregions and provinces 1
  • Age groups 2
  • Internal immigration 3
    • State register location of East Black Sea residents 3.1
  • Marital status of 15+ population by gender 4
  • Education status of 15+ population by gender 5
  • Election results 6
    • 2014 presidential election 6.1
    • June 2015 general elections 6.2
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9
  • Sources 10

Subregions and provinces

Age groups

As of December 31, 2014[1]
Age groups Total Male Female
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
90+ 7,123 1,188 5,935
Total 2,566,840 1,275,166 1,291,674

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014[2]
Region Population Immigrants Emigrants Net immigrants Net immigration rate
East Black Sea 2,566,840 113,914 118,470 -4,556 -1.77

State register location of East Black Sea residents

As of December 31, 2014[3]
Region Population Percentage
Istanbul 9,147 0.4
West Marmara 4,513 0.2
Aegean 10,354 0.4
East Marmara 10,701 0.4
West Anatolia 8,468 0.3
Mediterranean 16,963 0.7
Central Anatolia 16,604 0.6
West Black Sea 42,935 1.7
East Black Sea 2,382,704 93.2
Northeast Anatolia 32,761 1.3
Central East Anatolia 11,070 0.4
Southeast Anatolia 11,689 0.5
Total 2,557,909 100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014[4]
Gender Never married % Married % Divorced % Spouse died % Total
Male 310,980 30.7 656,055 64.9 20,586 2.0 24,014 2.4 1,011,635
Female 239,287 23.0 649,004 62.4 21,972 2.1 129,039 12.4 1,039,302
Total 550,267 26.8 1,305,059 63.6 42,558 2.1 153,053 7.5 2,050,937

Education status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014[5]
Gender Illiterate % Literate with no diploma % Primary school % Primary education % Middle school % High school % College or university % Master's degree % Doctorate % Unknown % Total
Male 20,225 2.0 42,126 4.2 238,743 23.6 172,957 17.1 101,661 10.0 271,091 26.8 135,186 13.4 8,150 0.8 2,719 0.3 18,777 1.9 1,011,635
Female 106,895 10.3 119,718 11.5 286,006 27.5 144,821 13.9 67,313 6.5 187,150 18.0 99,518 9.6 5,119 0.5 1,535 0.1 21,227 2.0 1,039,302
All genders 127,120 6.2 161,844 7.9 524,749 25.6 317,778 15.5 168,974 8.2 458,241 22.3 234,704 11.4 13,269 0.6 4,254 0.2 40,004 2.0 2,050,937

Election results

2014 presidential election

Erdoğan % İhsanoğlu % Demirtaş % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
929,936 69.1 397,534 29.5 18,268 1.4 1,345,738 97.9 29,426 2.1 1,375,164 72.7 1,891,927

June 2015 general elections

AKP % CHP % MHP % HDP % Other parties % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
829,167 54.8 328,241 21.7 261,990 17.3 16,178 1.1 77,381 5.0 1,512,957 97.7 35,097 2.3 1,548,054 82.2 1,882,255

See also

References

  1. ^ TurkStat [5]
  2. ^ TurkStat [6]
  3. ^ TurkStat
  4. ^ TurkStat [7]
  5. ^ TurkStat [8]

External links

  • TURKSTAT (English)

Sources

  • ESPON Database

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