The given graph compares the percentage of the demographics aged 65 and over in three different European countries.
Overall, it could be seen that the most aged country throughout the years is Germany and by predictions Germain will remain at the same place in the rating, whereas the youngest state was and will be the United Kingdom. All countries went upward over the period.
According to the data, the percentage of pensioners in Germany in 1988 accounted for one fifth of all population, while the proportions in the United Kingdom and Canada were 14.23 and 16.32 respectively. After 12 years the percentage of old men in three countries rose, in Canada and Germany climbed by around 5% each, but the rise in the United Kingdom didn’t reach even 1%.At the end of the period given in question, Germany remained the oldest country with 30.42%. While Canada and the United Kingdom rose to 26.35% and 20.35% in turn.