The line chart illustrates the proportional numbers of the total citizens from 4 different Asian countries between 1970 and 2020 with projections to 2040.
, it is obvious that
in 1970 the Philippines and Indonesia had the highest and lowest proportions of citizens respectively, it is predicted that the former will lose its place in the latter country.
is estimated to have the largest population among these four countries in 2040.
Considering the past, the proportion of residents in the Philippines was over a third more than other nations in 1970,
it remained nearly the same for the next decade.
, it witnessed a sharp growth to around 50%,
decreased steadily to over 40% in 2020.
On the other hand
, the other three countries' proportional numbers increased gradually, except
which faced a rapid climb to reach just over three quarters by 2020.
Looking forward, it is predicted,
will reportedly rise moderately to near 90% in 2040. Meanwhile, the Philippines and Thailand are forecasted to incline to approximately 52% and 49% respectively.
Indonesia had the smallest percentage of livers in 1970 with under a fifth, it is projected to have more than 50% in total in 2040, after