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Turks
Türkler
Tot population
c. 63–69 million[a]
Regions wi signeeficant populations

 Turkey 55,589,988- 59,560,701 (2008 est. o 2015 pop.)[1]
 Northren Cyprus 280,000 d[›][2][3]

Tap immigrant destinations
 Germany 2,714,000–2,800,000 (includin Turkis Kurds)f[›]b[›][4][5][6][7]
 Fraunce 500,000[8]
 Unitit Kinrick 500,000a[›][9][10][11]
 Netherlands 396,414e[›]–500,000c[›][12][13][14][15]
 Austrick 350,000–500,000[16][17]
 Belgium 200,000[18][19][20]
 Unitit States 196,222-500,000 b[›][21][22][23][24]
 Swaden 100,000-150,000[25][26]
 Swisserland 70,440 e[›][27]
 Australie 66,919-150,000 b[›][28][29][30][31]
 Denmark 28,892 f[›]b[›][32]
 Canadae 24,910 b[›][33]
 Italy 22,580 e[›][34]
 Israel

22,000[35]

minority or immigrant commonties in the Middle East
 Iraq 500,000-600,000[36][37]l[›]
 Sirie 100,000[38]
 Saudi Arabie 150,000–200,000 b[›][39][40]
 Jordan 60,000[39]
 Lebanon 50,000–80,000[41][42]
 Libie

50,000 b[›][39]

minorities in the Balkans
 Bulgarie 588,318–800,000[43][44][45]
 Macedonie 77,959[46][47][48][49]
 Greece 49,000 (official estimate)–80,000 g[›][50][51]
 Romanie 27,700[52][53][54]
 Kosovo

18,738[55]

minorities in the umwhile USSR states
 Roushie 109,883–150,000[56][57]
 Kazakhstan 104,792–150,000 h[›][58][59]
 Kyrgyzstan 40,953-50,000 h[›][60][59][61]
 Azerbaijan 38,000–110,000 h[›][62][59][63][64]
Leids
Turkis
Releegion

Predominantly Sunni Islam[65][66][67][68]

(nandenominational · Alevi · Bektashi · Twaler Shia · Ja'fari · Muwahhid Muslim)
Minority irreleegious[65][69] Christianity[70][71][72]

a. ^ The total figur is merely a estimation; sum o aw the referencit populations.

The Turkis fowk, or the Turks, (Turkis: Türkler‎), is a naition an an ethnic group primarily livin in Turkey, an in the umwhike launds o the Ottoman Empire whaur Turkis minorities hae been established. The Turkis minorities are the seicont lairgest ethnic groups in Bulgarie an Cyprus. In addeetion, due tae modren migration, a Turkis diaspora haes been established, pairticularly in Wastren Europe (see Turks in Europe), whaur lairge commonties hae been formit in Austrick, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands an the Unitit Kinrick. Thare significant Turkis commonties livin in Australie, the umwhile Soviet Union an North Americae.

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