The current study endeavors to invstigate Nemrud sub-district populations in terms of the race, age, gender, educational and vocational composition in addition to the change this sub-district witnessed during the Iraqi-Iranian war 1980-1988, the agrssion of the coalition led by the United States of America in 1990 and the absence of security after the fall of the regime in 2003. All this was reflected in the nature of the popolation of this area and consequently a change in their composition occured. In order to conceive the status quo composition of this sub-district, the researchers adopted the field study of a regular random sample that comprised 453 households with a percentage of 6.8% of the total number of the households in the area which is 6611 households according to 2010 census, to identify the change that took place in the population composition using the population statistics methods to get to findings that are beneficial to the research on the basis of analyzign the results of the field study.
The research revealed that there is a diversity in races including Arab, Turkman, Shabak and Kakaiya. There was also an increase in the populations of Nemrud (106.3 males versus 100 females, increase in sustenance (82.2%), a discrepancy in the educational levels, the highest of which is the primary stage (68.4%) and the lowest is the university grade (6.3%) out of the total populations with an age of six years and older. There was also actual workforce represented by (929) individuals with a percenateg of (30.2%) of the sample and they are distributed in accordance with various occupations.