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Perceived and actual share of population over 65 years by 2050 in Japan 2018

Perceived and actual percentage of population over 65 years old by 2050 in Japan as of 2018

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 11, 2019
Perceived and actual share of population over 65 years by 2050 in Japan 2018 This statistic presents the results of a survey on the perceived percentage of population over 65 years old by 2050 in Japan as of 2018. According to data published by Ipsos, Japanese respondents overestimated the proportion of their population who will be over 65 in 2050. On average, the respondents thought that around 56 out of every 100 people in Japan will be over 65 years old in 2050, when the actual share of elderly population, according to projections by the World Bank, will be around 36 percent in Japan.
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Perceived and actual percentage of population over 65 years old by 2050 in Japan as of 2018

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 11, 2019
This statistic presents the results of a survey on the perceived percentage of population over 65 years old by 2050 in Japan as of 2018. According to data published by Ipsos, Japanese respondents overestimated the proportion of their population who will be over 65 in 2050. On average, the respondents thought that around 56 out of every 100 people in Japan will be over 65 years old in 2050, when the actual share of elderly population, according to projections by the World Bank, will be around 36 percent in Japan.
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