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Social structure survey 2006; KONDA Research

Social structure survey 2006; KONDA Research

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Published by David Sichinava
Report of KONDA Research (Turkey) and Milliet Magazine (2006), interesting information about Turkey's social and demographic situation.
Report of KONDA Research (Turkey) and Milliet Magazine (2006), interesting information about Turkey's social and demographic situation.

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Published by: David Sichinava on Sep 13, 2010
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socialstructuresurvey
2006
K NDA
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TIRMA VE DANI
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MANLIK
 
 
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................5  2. SAMPLE AND FIELD ORGANISATION .........................................................................8  3. DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION ................................................................................11  3.1. Half of the poorest live in Southeast Turkey .......................................................11  3.2. The Latest Situation of the Population and Education in Numbers .......................11  3.3. Half the Population Have Primary Education or Less ...........................................12  3.4. Huge Regional Difference in Level of Education .................................................13  3.5. 3 to 5 Person Household for 61 % of the Population ..........................................14  3.6. Huge Income Gulf ............................................................................................15  3.7. Unemployment at 16.3 % .................................................................................16  3.8. Lowest Income Levels in Southeastern Anatolia .................................................16  4. ETHNIC IDENTITY ...................................................................................................18  4.1. 55 MILLION PEOPLE ARE “ETHNICA LLY” TURKISH ............................................18  4.2. How do Adults Define Themselves Ethnically? ....................................................20  4.3. 15.6 % of the population in Kurdish ..................................................................20  4.4. No Hiding of Ethnic Identity ..............................................................................22  4.5. 85 % OF TURKEY SAYS “TURKISH IS MY MOTHER TONGUE” .............................22  4.6. Education Among Kurds Below Average .............................................................24  4.7. The Laz, Circassians and Immigrants ................................................................25  4.8. In the Poorest Segment, Kurdish-Zaza is the Largest Group ................................25  4.9. Kurds and Arabs are Poorer and Live in More Crowded Households .....................26  4.10. Comparing the Findings with Censuses From 1927 to 1965: The Figures Matchthe Historical Development ..........................................................................................26  4.11. 3 Million Turks and Kurds Relatives Through Marriage ....................................27  5. RELIGIOUS IDENTITY .............................................................................................28  5.1. 4.5 million say “I am Alevi” ...............................................................................28  5.2. In Distress About Exercising Their Beliefs ..........................................................30  5.3. The Poorest Religious Group is the Shafii ...........................................................32  5.4. Cause of Poverty Not Their Sect ........................................................................32  5.5. Out of Every 10 Alevis, 6 are Turkish and 2 Kurdish-Zaza ...................................33  5.6. The Majority is Devout but not Conservative ......................................................35  6. MIGRATION ............................................................................................................36  6.1. Highest Number of Kurds live in Istanbul ...........................................................36  6.2. A Third of the Population Has Moved with Migration...........................................36  6.3. Istanbulites Make up 28 % of Istanbul ..............................................................36  6.4. 62 % Live in Their Homeland ............................................................................37  6.5. People Feel They Belong Where They Were Born ...............................................38  6.6. 21 % of the Society Would Like to Move ...........................................................39  6.7. Out of every thousand people, 373 have migrated .............................................41 

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