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This table demonstrates widespread population of the world in the year 1950 , 2000 and also estimated future values for 2050.
Overall , the world community shows a massive increase from 2.5 to 9 from the year 1950 to 2050 approximately. In particular, Africa shows a significant rise in the residents between the years 1950 to 2050 whereas Asia and Oceania nearly maintained their momentum in the same range.
On the one hand, Africa’s rate increased from 9 percent in 1950 to 20 percent in 2050 travelling through 13 percent in the mid year 2000 whereas Europe’s inhabitants had a constant decline from 22 percent in 1950 to 12 percent in 2000 with an estimate of 7 percent for the year 2050. In addition to this, North America had a gradual fall of 7 to 4 percentage from 1950 to 2050.
On the other hand, Asia which had a initial percent of 56 in 1950 grew upto 60 percent in 2000 forecasted to fall again by 1 percent in 2050. While Latin America grew from 7 in 1950 to increase of 4 percent in 2000 and are expected to remain constant till 2050 similar to Oceania which remained at 1% almost constant throughout the three centuries.