The line graph gives the information about the percentages of the specific aged group on cinema attendance over a twenty- year period, starting in 1990.
Looking at the line graph, it is immediately obvious that all the percentage of the aged group experienced an upward trend while the only aged 14-24 registered with the lowest number in the UK.
From the line graph, it can be seen clearly that, starting in 1990, aged 44-54 group stood at 36%. The figures for aged 24-34 and aged 34-44 was lower, at about approximately a quarter and just over a third respectively. Aged 14-24 was hit the lowest point with precisely 15%.In 2000 it witnessed a steady decline in the percentage of the aged 24-34 and 34-44 with approximately 5%. There was also a gradual decrease in the percentage of the aged 14-24 and 44-54 who attended cinema with 2% in 2000 in the UK.
What is worthing noticing from the line graph that(In brief), in the year 2010, the percentage of the aged 44-54 was the highest with just over a half. In contrast, the percentage of the aged 14-24 was the lowest with approximately 20%.