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Figures (in thousand) for imprisonment in five countries between 1930 and 1980.
The bar chart illustrates how many prisoners in five countries, namely Great Britain, Australia, NewZealand, United Stateds and Canada over the period of 50 years, begginning from 1930.
Overall, the number of inmates fluctuated in 50 years in most of five countries. However, there was a gradual decrease in the figure for people who were in prisons inCanada over the researched period.
It is clear that Great Britain saw an upward trend of the imprisonment over the period. The number of prisoners in this nation gradually rose from 25,000 in 1930 to 32,000 in 1980. By contrast, there was a decrease of the prison population in Canada. In 1930, the figure for this country was 120,000, but over the 30 year period, this number felt to 85,000 in 1980.
Besides, the other three countries witnessed a fluctuation between 1930 and 1980. In 1930, the numbers inmates were 25,000 for Australia, 65,000 for New Zealand and 100,000 for the US. In 1940, the figures for Australian and New Zealand prison population felt to 35,000 and 37,000 respectively before grow up to 45,000 and 83,000 in 1980. The number prisoners in America declined to 95,000 in 1970 before reached a peak of 138,000 in 1980