The graph below shows the cinema attendance by age in Great Britain
The given chart represents cinema attendance by age in Great Britain in the period from 1984 to 2000.
It’s possible to notice how, for every range of age analysed, the percentage of people who attended the cinema has increased during these 16 years. It’s evident that people with more than 35 years are less incline to attend the cinema than the younger ones, even if their percentage enhanced. People with an age between 15 and 24 years are the ones whose percentage enhanced considerably more than the others, the graph shows that it has increased from about 20% in the 1984 to over 50% in the 2000. People who have between 7 and 14, or 25 and 35, years old attended the cinema more than the ones with more than 35 years, but less than people with an age between 15 and 24 years. The percentage of the last two range analysed, has increased from about 10 and 15%, to about 30% since 1984.
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- The graph below shows the cinema attendance by age in Great Britain
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