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The table below gives information about past and projected population figures in various countries for different years.
The provided table reports the population growth among 4 different countries-Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States- in the late twentieth century and its projection until 2050. It is obvious that from the beginning to the end, United States had the heaviest population and is predicted to be the highest still among others.
During the 1990s, United States population accounted for approximately 250 million people. The rate in which the number of people increased was higher than others, around 10-20 million people, and is estimated to burst that there will be 349 million people living there by 2050. The aforementioned country's residents were followed by Canada, which was populated by almost a tenth of what it was in the United States. After 2000, the figure will grow by 8 million in the next 5 decades.
Following them were Australia and New Zealand. The former was modestly populated with only 17.1 million people while the other was the least among all. New Zealand only had less than 5 million people in its country. Both countries growth were unremarkable. The prediction informs that while Australia will have Canada's initial number by 2050, New Zealand's will only rise by less than a million people.