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The table depicts the information and estimate about the world population in total as well as in percentage for various regions for the year 1950, 2000 and 2050.
Overall, the total population in the world is increased rapidly from 2.5 billion in 1950 to 6 billion in 2000 and it will follow the upward trend in future also.
Asia remains the most densely populated area throughout the years from 56% in 1950 to 60% in 2000 and it is estimated to host around 59% of total population in 2050.
In 1950, the population of Africa and Latin America was 9% and 6% of total population respectively and it rises to 13% and 9% in 2000. Also the population of these two regions are expected to rise gradually in year 2050 also.
Europe and North America are the regions which show the gradual decrease in share of total population. It is estimated that Europe will host around 7% of total world population whereas NorthAmerica will host 4% in the year 2050.
Oceania remains the only region which has a constant share in total population of around 1% and it will expect to remain same in 2050.