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Text version: Total G7 population aged 0 to 14 years and 65+ years, 1950 to 2050

The chart shows the population aged 65+ years has steadily increased from approximately 39 million in 1950 to 141 million in 2015 and is projected to increase to approximately 219 million by 2050. The chart also shows the population aged 0 to 14 years increased from approximately 125 million in 1950 to approximately 148 million at its peak in 1970, at which point it steadily decreased to approximately 130 million in 1985 with only slight fluctuations until 2015. The population aged 0 to 14 years is projected to remain stable in the 126 to 128 million range from 2020 to 2050.

Year 0-14 65+
1950 125 39
1955 135 44
1960 144 48
1965 147 54
1970 148 60
1975 145 68
1980 136 75
1985 130 79
1990 128 87
1995 129 95
2000 129 103
2005 127 112
2010 127 124
2015 126 141
2020 126 156
2025 126 173
2030 128 189
2035 128 202
2040 128 211
2045 128 215
2050 129 219

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Source: The Official Website of the 2018 Canadian Presidency of the G7

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