The Line Graph Shows the Channel One News Viewing Figures per Day in One Year

The line graph shows the channel one news viewing figures per day in one year. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The line graph shows the channel one news viewing figures per day in one year.

The line graph depicts the statistics about how the television channel displays many figures per day on one news channel in one year. Looking from the overall perspective, it is readily apparent that a massive fluctuation is observed among spectators who prefer to watch the news channel at different times of the day.

An in-depth analysis shows that a plethora of individuals, who like to watch television channels at about 1 PM, have 1.5 million television watchers per day in January. Although, there was no change observed in that. By contrast, the displaying statistics were quite popular at 6 PM at the beginning of the year, which had nearly 5 million viewers. Unfortunately, this trend went downward, with shares at 4 million in March. However, a fluctuation could be seen during the entire year and noticed that the ratio declined by viewers to around 2 million per day at the end of the year.

On the other hand, views at 9:30 PM reached around 3 million. Afterwards, it slightly climbed upward and tried to reach 4 million and then dramatically declined to approximately 1 million spectators in August. Surprisingly, this ratio soared in an upward direction to 3 million in the month of December, whereas 11 PM shares were introduced with approximately 0.2 million and significantly rose until it reached its peak, which had 4 million viewers per day. These statistics dramatically dropped in the next four months and reached below one million.

Overall, it can be seen at 6 PM, and 11 PM, statistics diminished, while 1 PM and 11 PM remained un-stabilised, which was displayed on news channel one news.

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