The charts below compare the age structure of the populations of France and India in 1984.
The two charts show a comparison of people’s composition based on gender and age between France and India in the year 1984.
It is obvious that India had larger proportion of young people under 20 years than France. In contrast, France had larger number of elderly people rather than India. But the proportion of males and females in every age structure each nation relatively had same percentage.
India had highest population of people under 5 years, and in each bracket above contained smaller percentage. It had more than 5 percent of population for people in the age of 0-5 years, 5-10 years and 10-15 years, but less than 5 % in beach brackets above. Conversely, France had less than 5 percent for population in every brackets from 0-5 years brackets to more than 85 years brackets.
In france, there were peak age distribution up to 85 years, which is higher than India with 70 years. More detail, the bracket’s proportion from 0-5 years to 35-40 years were prevalent from 3-4 %, but The brackets above were smaller.