Azerbaijani population

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The Azerbaijani people are a Turkic-speaking ethnic group, whose origins are in the Middle East and Caucasus. The region of Iran generally Iranian Azerbaijan, Zanjan, Hamadani Turks, Caucasus generally Azerbaijan, Borchali and Dagestan, Anatolia generally Iğdır and Kars. the original geographic region of the Azerbaijani people and the home to the majority of Azerbaijani today. This geo-cultural region means "Land of the Azeris". a space was carved out to develop Azerbaijani culture, Azerbaijani language, Azerbaijani art, Azerbaijani literature, Azerbaijani folklore, Azerbaijani Music, Azerbaijani dances, Azerbaijani Traditional dress, Azerbaijani cuisine and Azerbaijani identity.

Traditional areas[edit]

Azerbaijani native population; in Azerbaijan, Iran, Dagestan, Georgia, Turkey
Map of Dagestan. Azerbaijani populated regions are shown in yellow
Iranian Azerbaijani-Americans in Nowruz celebration parade on a cloudy afternoon.
Azerbaijani Americans protesting near the U.S. Capitol, Spring 2013.

Iran[edit]

According to a report by Ethnologue, in 2013, out of the total population of 70,496,000 million people in Iran[1] there were 15.5 million Azerbaijani living in Iran[2](Above to 20% of the total population). New America Foundation has reported in 2009 that the Azerbaijani population in Iran is 21.6%.[3] According to the World Factbook[4] and Library of Congress,[5] Azerbaijani people make up 16% of Iran's population (about 12-13 million, out of 77 million people)

Azerbaijani mostly live in West and northwest parts of Iran. But large Azerbaijani populations can be found in central Iran due to internal migration. Azerbaijanis make up 25%[6][7] of Tehran's population and 30.3%[8] – 33%[9][10] of the population of the Tehran Province. Azerbaijanis in Tehran live in all of the cities Tehran Province.[11] They are the largest ethnic groups after Persians in Tehran and the Tehran Province.[12][13] and many Iranian Azerbaijanis with Khorasani Turks living in Khorasan Province area, Azerbaijanis have emigrated and resettled in large numbers to Khorasan[14] especially Mashhad.[15]

Azerbaijan[edit]

Azerbaijanis make up the majority of the Azerbaijan. The ethnic composition of the population according to the 2009 population census: 91.6% of the population in the Republic of Azerbaijan are Azerbaijanis.[16] According to the World Factbook, Azerbaijani people make up 90.6% of Azerbaijan's population in 1999.[17] According to a report by Statistical Office of Azerbaijan, in 2009, out of the total population of 8,922,400 million people in Azerbaijan and there were 8,172,800 million Azeri living in Azerbaijan[18]

Dagestan[edit]

Azerbaijanis of Dagestan are Azerbaijani branch of the indigenous peoples of Dagestan Republic.[19][20] Based on the latest census Russian Federation in 2010, 130,919 person Azeris live in Dagestan.[21] which makes them the region's sixth largest ethnic group and 4.5% of its total population.[22]

Borchali[edit]

Borchali is a region of Georgia largely populated by ethnic Azerbaijanis. Historical name of present day-Kvemo Kartli. In 2002, Kvemo Kartli province of Georgia had the following ethnic makeup of 497,530 total population, and 45.1% are Azerbaijanis.[23]

Iğdır and Kars[edit]

Azerbaijani native in Turkey living in Iğdır and Kars Province from the Eastern Anatolia Region. By 1990, about 400,000 Azerbaijanis lived in a belt of land on the Turkish side of the Soviet border.[24] They currently are the largest ethnic group in the city of Iğdır[25] and second largest ethnic group in Kars Province.[26]

Diaspora[edit]

Main article: Azerbaijani diaspora
Rank Country Official figures Current est. Azerbaijanis population № of Azerbaijanis List of Azerbaijanis by country
1  Russia 603,070 (Census 2010)[27] 1,500,000[28][29] to 3,000,000 [30] Azerbaijanis in Russia List of Russian Azerbaijanis
2  Turkey 800,000 [31][32] Azerbaijanis in Turkey List of Turkish Azerbaijanis
3  Georgia 284,761 (2002)[33] 360,000 (2007) [34] Azerbaijanis in Georgia List of Georgian Azerbaijanis
4  Kazakhstan 85,292 (2009)[35] 150,000[36] Azerbaijanis in Kazakhstan
5  Germany 15,219 (2006) 200,000 [37] Azerbaijanis in Germany
6  Ukraine 45,176 (2001)[38] Azerbaijanis in Ukraine
7  Netherlands 18,000 (2009)[39]
8  Kyrgyzstan 17,267(2009)[40] Azerbaijanis in Kyrgyzstan
9  United Kingdom 15,000 (2009)[41] Azerbaijanis in the United Kingdom
10  United States 14,205 Republic of Azerbaijan(2000)[42] - 40,400 Iranian Azerbaijanis[43] 400,000 [44][45][46] Azerbaijani American List of Azerbaijanian Americans
11  Canada 4,580 (2011)[47] 80,000 [48] Azerbaijani Canadian
12  France 1,112 (asylum-seekers),[49] 70,000 [50] Azerbaijanis in France
13  Uzbekistan 44,410 (1989)[51] Azerbaijanis in Uzbekistan
14  Turkmenistan 33,365 (1989)[52] Azerbaijanis in Turkmenistan
15  Belarus 5,567 (2009)[53]
16  Latvia 1,697 (2001)[54]
17  Estonia 880 (2000)[55]
18  Lithuania 788 [55]
19  Tajikistan 800 (2000)[56]
20  Australia 300[57]
21  Austria 1 000.[58]
22  Denmark 231[59]
23  Lithuania 788 [55]
24  Armenia no data available Azerbaijanis in Armenia List of Armenian Azerbaijanis

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes
^a Pars Advanced Research Scholars Ltd, under Council of Public Cilture (Iran) Agent of World Bank in Iran.[60]
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