Central East Anatolia Region (statistical)

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Central East Anatolia Region

Ortadoğu Anadolu Bölgesi
Region
Location of Central East Anatolia Region
CountryTurkey
Area
 • Region78,458 km2 (30,293 sq mi)
Population
 (2014)
 • Region3,801,911
 • Rank9th
 • Density48/km2 (130/sq mi)
 • Urban
2,992,754
 • Rural
809,157
HDI (2017)0.737[1]
high · 10th

The Central East Anatolia Region (Turkish: Ortadoğu Anadolu Bölgesi) (TRB) is a statistical region in Turkey.

Subregions and provinces[edit]

Age groups[edit]

As of 31 December 2014[2]
Age groups Total Male Female
0 – 4 392,198 200,691 191,507
5 – 9 389,144 199,460 189,684
10 – 14 402,624 206,191 196,433
15 – 19 398,531 204,046 194,485
20 – 24 384,526 208,838 175,688
25 – 29 319,597 166,226 153,371
30 – 34 290,211 147,273 142,938
35 – 39 232,868 118,517 114,351
40 – 44 220,908 111,344 109,564
45 – 49 165,916 87,030 78,886
50 – 54 159,437 80,695 78,742
55 – 59 124,587 62,419 62,168
60 – 64 97,936 46,193 51,743
65 – 69 78,067 35,008 43,059
70 – 74 56,400 25,731 30,669
75 – 79 39,535 17,138 22,397
80 – 84 30,496 14,203 16,293
85 – 89 12,849 4,073 8,776
90+ 6,081 1,440 4,641
Total 3,801,911 1,936,516 1,865,395

Internal immigration[edit]

Between December 31, 2013 and December 31, 2014[3]
Region Population Immigrants Emigrants Net immigrants Net immigration rate
Central East Anatolia 3,801,911 101,298 148,095 -46,797 -12.23

State register location of Central East Anatolia residents[edit]

As of 31 December 2014[4]
Region Population Percentage
Istanbul 3,667 0.1
West Marmara 7,110 0.2
Aegean 20,388 0.5
East Marmara 9,775 0.3
West Anatolia 13,727 0.4
Mediterranean 46,013 1.2
Central Anatolia 32,153 0.8
West Black Sea 21,757 0.6
East Black Sea 11,852 0.3
Northeast Anatolia 39,921 1.1
Central East Anatolia 3,438,577 90.6
Southeast Anatolia 150,028 4.0
Total 3,794,968 100

Marital status of 15+ population by gender[edit]

As of 31 December 2014[5]
Gender Never married % Married % Divorced % Spouse died % Total
Male 525,690 39.6 770,824 58.1 12,818 1.0 17,639 1.3 1,326,971
Female 398,764 31.0 769,965 59.9 17,462 1.4 99,138 7.7 1,285,329
Total 924,454 35.4 1,540,789 59.0 30,280 1.2 116,777 4.5 2,612,30

Education status of 15+ population by gender[edit]

As of 31 December 2014[6]
Gender Illiterate % Literate with no diploma % Primary school % Primary education % Middle school % High school % College or university % Master's degree % Doctorate % Unknown % Total
Male 43,599 3.3 99,537 7.5 228,413 17.2 318,316 24.0 127,847 9.6 315,259 23.8 161,190 12.1 9,633 0.7 3,168 0.2 20,009 1.5 1,326,971
Female 195,549 15.2 218,548 17.0 273,294 21.3 213,604 16.6 80,125 6.2 174,603 13.6 95,686 7.4 4,501 0.4 1,397 0.1 28,022 2.2 1,285,329
All genders 239,148 9.2 318,085 12.2 501,707 19.2 531,920 20.4 207,972 8.0 489,862 18.8 256,876 9.8 14,134 0.5 4,565 0.2 48,031 1.8 2,612,300

Election results[edit]

2014 presidential election[edit]

Erdoğan % İhsanoğlu % Demirtaş % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
900,154 53.0 196,824 11.6 602,227 35.4 1,699,205 98.2 31,205 1.8 1,730,410 75.7 2,287,125

June 2015 general elections[edit]

AKP % CHP % MHP % HDP % Other parties % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
695,992 36.2 117,135 6.1 149,991 7.8 890,479 46.3 69,754 3.5 1,923,351 97.6 47,077 2.4 1,970,428 84.8 2,324,103

November 2015 general elections[edit]

AKP % CHP % MHP % HDP % Other parties % Valid votes % Invalid votes % Votes cast % Constituents
904,541 47.5 120,528 6.3 102,460 5.4 737,558 38.7 38,375 2.0 1,903,462 97.9 41,475 2.1 1,944,937 83.3 2,333,882

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sub-national HDI - Area Database - Global Data Lab". hdi.globaldatalab.org. Retrieved 2018-09-13.
  2. ^ TurkStat "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-07-14. Retrieved 2015-07-14.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ TurkStat [1] Archived 2015-07-16 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ TurkStat
  5. ^ TurkStat [2] Archived 2015-07-21 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ TurkStat [3] Archived 2015-07-21 at the Wayback Machine

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