The province with the highest divorce rate is İzmir!


The province with the highest divorce rate is İzmir!

According to data from the Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK), the number of couples getting married in Turkey in 2021 increased by 561% compared to the previous year and reached 710,000 13.3.

The province with the highest crude marriage rate was Kilis with 8.27 per thousand.

The crude marriage rate, which represents the number of marriages per thousand inhabitants, was 6.72 per thousand in Izmir. The province with the highest crude marriage rate in 2021 was Kilis with 8.27 per thousand. This province was followed by Şanlıurfa with 8.06 per thousand and Adıyaman with 7.99 per thousand. The province with the lowest crude marriage rate was Gümüşhane with 4.86 per thousand. This province was followed by Tunceli with 5.11 per thousand and Bayburt with 5.22 per thousand.

While the average age at first marriage in Turkey was 2021 for men and 28.1 for women in 25.4 years, the average age at first marriage in Izmir was 29.0 for men and 26.4 for women. The average age at first marriage between men and women in Izmir was 2.6 years.

Izmir was the province with the highest crude divorce rate

In 2021, the number of divorced couples in Turkey was 174 thousand 85, and the number of divorced couples in Izmir increased by 24.1% compared to the previous year and became 13 thousand 391.

The province with the highest crude divorce rate, which represents the number of divorces per thousand inhabitants, was Izmir with 2021 per thousand. This province was followed by Antalya with 3.04 per thousand and Uşak with 3.01 per thousand. The province with the lowest crude divorce rate was Şırnak with 2.93 per thousand. This province was followed by Hakkari with 0.38 per thousand and Siirt with 0.40 per thousand.

33.4% of divorces in Izmir took place during the first five years of marriage.

In Izmir, 2021% of divorces took place during the first 33.4 years of marriage, 5% of them had been married for 29.9 years or more.

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