The pie charts provide information on the proportion of populations based on citizens' age in two different countries, in the year of 2000 with predictions for 2050. Each pie chart divides the people in their country into three groups of people according to their ages: young children, adults and elderly.
In 2000, Yemen had about half of their people as young children, while in Italy only less than a quarter of the population were kids. Moreover, about two thirds of Italians were adults in 2000, whereas Yemen had less than half of the population adults. Only small portions of elderly were found in Yemen in the year of 2000, while in Italy about one fifth of the inhabitants were aged people.
In prediction, there will be more than half of locals in Yemen who will be adults by 2050; in Italy the number of adults will decrease to less than half of the citizens. On the other hand, young children in Yemen is also forecast to be decreased by more than one tenth of the population. While the number of young children in Italy will decrease slightly.
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