The line graph represents four Asia countries and their proportion of city residents in
between 1970 and 2020, followed by
pairs, which witnessed the same pattern throughout the period and are estimated to have
tendency for 2030 and 2040.
By far the most significant changes were experienced by Malaysia and Indonesia as they started at nearly 15% and just above 30% respectively, making up a steady growth
1990 up to 2020. Both are predicted to have the heaviest figures compared to the rest pair during
decades, comprising almost 85% and 65% respectively.
, the remaining
as Philippines and Thailand showed
similar upward tendency over the period,
more fluctuated and less
, constituting much fewer
population growth is more gradual, rather
, where there was a sudden jump from almost 32% to
50% in 1990. Afterwards, there
a decline in
up to 40 in 2010 for
population, whilst the rest
from nearly 15% to 30%. The latter
as well as
the former have predictions to have a notable progression up to almost 65% and 45% respectively.