The charts summarise the weight measurements of people living in Charlestown in 1955 and 2015. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The diagrams show the weight scale of the residences of Charlestown in 1955 and 2015. There is an upward trend in the number of people who are obese in every ages group. However, the percentage of people who are ideal and underweight seems to be a downward trend in every age range. Based on the charts, in 1955, the percentage of obese people was the lowest among the types. However, it increased dramatically and reach 50% in 2015 at a group of people among 60 to 69 years old. In addition, the proportion of citizens who were ideal also had a big difference. In 1955, this type of residence likely occupied more than half total citizens in every group. Yet at the result of 2015, it decreased slightly and not more than 10% in the age range between 60 to 69. Underweight people also went down dramatically from 1955 to 2015 and mostly took the smallest part in the charts. In 60 years, overweight inhabitants frustrated. It tended to go up dramatically most of the age range except 50 to 59 and 60 to 69. The other two fell down slightly in those years.