The population of Turkey in 2020: Turkey Statistical Institute stated the number of Turkey's population became 83 million 614 thousand 362 people by the end of 2020.
The number of people accommodating in Turkey, related to the last year as of December 31, raised by 459 thousand 365 people reached 83 million 614 thousand 362 people in 2020.
Whereas the male population is 41 million 915 thousand 985 people, the female population is 41 million 698 thousand 377 people. In other words, 50.1 percent of the total population are men and 49.9% are women.
It was observed that the call of "at least three children", which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made at every opportunity, was ignored. While the annual population growth rate was 13.9 per thousand in 2019, it decreased to 5.5 per thousand in 2020.
While the annual population growth rate was 13.9 per thousand in 2019, it decreased to 5.5 per thousand in 2020.
According to the reports of the Address Based Population Registration System (ADNKS), the number of foreign population accommodating in Turkey decreased by 197 thousand 770 people compared to the last year and became 1 million 333 thousand 410 people. 49.7 percent of the foreign population are men and 50.3 percent are women.
The Number of foreign populations raised because the cost of living in Turkey is more reasonable. Such as health tourism, shopping facilities with the best Turkish brands, a great education system and so on. Most of them buy houses and started living here. Property for sale in Turkey is currently constructed with high standards and high qualities with the latest international features of housing. The wide range of housing projects is divided into facilities within the project, public services, and green areas. It is also the other reason that people from all around the world prefer to start a new life in Turkey.
The amount of those living in provincial and district centers in Turkey was 92.8 percent in 2019 and 93 percent in 2020. On the other hand, the rate of the population living in towns and villages fell from 7.2 percent to 7 percent.