The chart below gives information about global population percentages and the distribution of wealth by region.
The graph shown above shows the global wealth and population of eight countries. These countries are North america, China, Other asia pacific countries, India, Europe, Africa, Latin America & Caribbean, Rich Asia Pacific.
It is clear from the graph that the top 3 global wealth owners are North America, Europe and Rich Asia pacific. These are said to be high income countries.
Even though North America's population is less than 10%, it contributes to more than 30% of global wealth. Asia-Pacific nations of high income, have 5% of the worldwide population and contribute to 24% of global wealth.
India on the other hand has more population and less global wealth. It has a population more than 15% whereas the global wealth is nearly 2% or 3%.
Same pattern can be observed with statistics of China, Africa and other low income nations.
The ratio of population to global wealth is drastic across all countries mentioned in the graph.