The graph below gives information about the number of Catholics residing in different nations, during 2010-2013. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The rendered bar graph depicts the details about how many Catholics had lived in six different nations, China, India, Philippines, Vietnam, Korea and Japan, over the period of three years, beginning from 2010.
Looking from an overall perspective, it is readily apparent that the highest number of Catholics resided in the Philippines in 2010 and in 2013. Noticeably, Japan had the lowest number of Catholics during 2010 and 2013.
In detail, in 2010, the number of Catholics who stayed in China was 9 000 000. Whereas a considerable incline in the number of Catholics by 6 000 000 in 2013. In India, the number of Catholics who lived in 2010 was considered as 10 570 000, while the figure of Catholics resided surged dramatically to 19 000 000 in 2013. There was a meagre difference between the number of Catholics who stayed in the Philippines, which was 75, 940, 000 and 72, 000, 000 in 2010 and in 2013, respectively.
Moving further, in Vietnam, the number of Catholics inhabited in 2010 accounted as 5 590 000. Then it fell gradually to 5, 321, 168 in 2013. In 2010, a considerable increase in the number of Catholics who were stayed in Korea recorded as 5 270 000, while it went down significantly to 1 319 190 in 2013. In Japan, there was a minimal difference between the number of Catholics who lived in 2010 and 2013, which was considered as 4 00 000 and 509, 000 correspondingly.
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