The line graph compares the number of times eaten for three different kinds of fast food by teenagers in Australia youngsters between 1975 and 2000.
It is obvious that the quantity of times spending for frequency of consuming hamburgers and pizza by Australian young people increased rapidly over the period shown, while the figure of fish and chips decreased significantly.
In 1975, fish and chips were the most popular fast food in Australia, with 100 times per year, whereas hamburgers and pizza were considerably lower less common, at around 10 times and 5 times respectively. Afterwards, the figures of fish and chips dropped gradually in the following 5 years, before a slight rise to about 95 times in 1985. In contrast, the period from 1975 to 1985 witnessed a significant growth in the quantity number of times eaten for hamburgers and pizza, to approximately 85 times and 30 times respectively.
Between 1985 and 2000, the number of times spending for fish and chips fell rapidly to just under 40 times, compared with an upward trend in the other two, with over 100 times for hamburgers and nearly 85 times for pizza at the end of the period considered.