The bar chart below gives information about the percentage of the population living in urban areas in the world and in different continents. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The information regarding the proportion of citizens who live in cities is depicted by rendered bar graph. The data has been calibrated in percentage.
Overall, it can be vividly manifested that the least percentile of residents lives in the metropolis in Africa in the initial year, whilst according to the projection maximum proportion of people lives in North America in the final year.
Looking at the bar graph, with regards to the population of the world who lives in Urban areas was 29 per cent in the initial year while according to the projection, it will escalate to 60 % in the final year. However, the population who lived in big cities in Africa in 1950 and 2007 was 15 and 37%, correspondingly whereas it is forecasted to be 51 per cent in the year 2030. Nonetheless, In 1950, the percentage of individuals living in cities stood at 17%, which increased in the next year, accounting for 41 per cent, and it is estimated to be 51 % in 2030.
Probing ahead, the population who lives in Urban areas in 2030 is likely to be 78 % which declined by 6 per cent in 2007 as against 51 % in the initial year. Nevertheless, 42 % of the people lived in Cities in 1950, which witnessed an incline of 34 % by ok next given year and is estimated to be reached its peak value in 2030. In contrast, in North America, the population who lives in cities topped the list in 1950 and 2007 and is projected to be 87% in 2030.
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