Save China Population
China thrives on its demographic dividend from 1980 to 2010. The one-child policy implemented from 1979 to 2016 causes birth rate to decline and the working age population to decrease.
The Chinese government now encourages people to have the second child and expects the total population to increase by 198 million to 1.48 billion by 2050. According to China official estimates, if the one-child policy had remained in place, the total population would decline to 1.28 billion by 2050.
The UN estimates that the total population of China will reach 1.36 billion by 2050 as Chinese tend to keep their families small and begin to decline in 2030.
15 to 64 Years Old (%, L)210054.37%
15 Years Old and Under (%, L)210013.79%
65 Years Old and Above (%, L)210031.85%
China Total Population (1000, R)21001,064,993.46k