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Mediterranean Region (statistical)

Mediterranean Region
Akdeniz Bölgesi
Region
Location of Mediterranean Region
Country Turkey
Area
 • Region 89,983 km2 (34,743 sq mi)
Population (2014)
 • Region 9,906,771
 • Rank 3rd
 • Density 110/km2 (290/sq mi)
 • Urban 9,565,705
 • Rural 341,066

The Mediterranean Region (TR6) is a statistical region in Turkey.

Contents

  • Subregions and provinces 1
  • Age groups 2
  • Internal immigration 3
    • State register location of Mediterranean 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 – 4 835,926 430,092 405,834
5 – 9 857,049 440,226 416,823
10 – 14 830,907 426,406 404,501
15 – 19 839,153 433,393 405,760
20 – 24 734,359 367,807 366,552
25 – 29 755,932 377,829 378,103
30 – 34 813,129 408,719 404,410
35 – 39 763,167 384,548 378,619
40 – 44 722,840 361,073 361,767
45 – 49 612,121 310,586 301,535
50 – 54 578,232 290,277 287,955
55 – 59 466,250 234,388 231,862
60 – 64 364,034 179,783 184,251
65 – 69 272,392 129,362 143,030
70 – 74 181,051 83,157 97,894
75 – 79 130,040 56,971 73,069
80 – 84 96,509 42,405 54,104
85 – 89 40,463 14,437 26,026
90+ 13,217 3,596 9,621
Total 9,906,771 4,975,055 4,931,716

Internal immigration

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014[2]
Region Population Immigrants Emigrants Net immigrants Net immigration rate
Mediterranean 9,906,771 226,062 222,621 3,441 0.35

State register location of Mediterranean residents

As of December 31, 2014[3]
Region Population Percentage
Istanbul 38,673 0.4
West Marmara 27,376 0.3
Aegean 166,785 1.7
East Marmara 61,782 0.6
West Anatolia 192,934 2.0
Mediterranean 7,329,964 74.6
Central Anatolia 305,343 3.1
West Black Sea 133,053 1.4
East Black Sea 70,823 0.7
Northeast Anatolia 101,600 1.0
Central East Anatolia 393,102 4.0
Southeast Anatolia 1,002,771 10.2
Total 9,824,206 100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender

As of December 31, 2014[4]
Gender Never married % Married % Divorced % Spouse died % Total
Male 1,122,023 30.8 2,364,194 64.8 112,711 3.1 48,772 1.3 3,647,700
Female 827,743 22.6 2,365,564 64.6 158,683 4.3 311,787 8.5 3,663,777
Total 1,949,766 26.7 4,729,758 64.7 271,394 3.7 360,559 4.9 7,311,477

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 49,828 1.4 139,011 3.8 846,202 23.2 762,322 20.9 369,063 10.1 889,689 24.4 493,083 13.5 28,688 0.8 8,057 0.2 61,757 1.7 3,647,700
Female 232,853 6.4 344,216 9.4 1,082,605 29.5 591,587 16.1 266,968 7.3 672,995 18.4 391,200 10.7 18,800 0.5 5,071 0.1 57,482 1.6 3,663,777
All genders 282,681 3.9 483,227 6.6 1,928,807 26.4 1,353,909 18.5 636,031 8.7 1,562,684 21.4 884,283 12.1 47,488 0.6 13,128 0.2 119,239 1.6 7,311,477

Election results

2014 presidential election

Erdoğan % İhsanoğlu % Demirtaş % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
2,234,072 44.3 2,454,258 48.6 359.442 7.1 5,047,772 98.4 83,130 1.6 5,130,902 77.1 6,653,711

June 2015 general elections

AKP % CHP % MHP % HDP % Other parties % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
2,051,076 36.1 1,571,306 27.7 1,285,073 22.6 551,828 9.7 214,510 3.7 5,673,793 98.0 114,699 2.0 5,788,492 85.5 6,771,481

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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