The Graph below shows the percentage of people in different age groups in one city who attended music concerts between 2010 and 2015.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
Sample Answer of The Graph Below Shows the Percentage of People in Different Age Groups
The provided line charts reveal the one city’s people who attended music concerts from 2010 to 2015,
people divided into 5 age groups.
Overall, throughout the given period, age groups 16 to 24 and 45 to 54 was attended above a half percentage, which is higher than the other three groups. Above 75 was least attended.
For between 25 to 44 age groups, 40% of people attended music concerts in 2010, after that it dropped slightly and in 2013 it was a tenth proportion less than starting year, it rose and touched its peak point with roughly 47% in 2015. However, With the tenth percentage above 75 years was on least in 2010, after fluctuation it had one in the fifth percentage after a half decades where it was on its zenith in 2011 and between 2012 to 2013 same data.
22% of 55 to 64 age groups people like to went music concert in 2010 which growth and in 2013 same proportion as 25 to 44 groups. We can see the falling percentage, and in 2015 it stood at same as starting year. Furthermore, Adolescents whose age between 16 to 24 was the similar percentage in 2010 as 25 to 44; it increased sharply to 18% in 2011 and continued to rose slowly, in 2015 had 70%. Moreover, Above 44 and below 54 age a half per cent of people went to the concert in started years, after touched to dip in 2011 it had same proportion in 2012, which remained unchanged till 2015.