The line graph below gives information on cinema attendance in the UK.
The line graph provides data about cinema attendance in the United Kingdom during a 20 years period from 1990 to 2010. It can be clearly seen, that the older age group was the highest percentage of cinema visitors. Overall, the UK cinemas experienced a fluctuated in a similar way flow of audience for all four age groups. In 1990 the highest share of moviegoers (around 37-38%) accounted for those 34-54 year olds, while the lowest ratio involved the youth at about 15% and less than 20% for those under 34. The indicators for all age group rose gradually until 1995 and then dropped progressively by the beginning of the new century. The next five years the UK cinemas witnessed a significant growth of peoples’ attendance by nearly 10% up in each age bracket. Finally reaching peaks in 2010, where a massive 50-52% consisted of the oldest visitors and around 22% were youth generation.