The table below shows the numbers of visitors to Ashdown Museum during the year before and the year after it was refurbished. The charts show the results of surveys asking visitors how satisfied they were with their visit, during the same to periods. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The table presents data about how many visitors Ashdown
had, one
before and one
after it was modernized, while the pie chars illustrate the survey reports of how pleased were the visitors, during their visit, in the same
time frame
. The table shows a bigger interest among visitors for the newer version of the
, and the pie charts are representing their bigger satisfaction with the newly refurbished building. The figures of the total number of visitors to Ashdown
have seen a big increase after the rehabilitation work has ended. In the
prior to the renovation, the
had 74,000 visitors, while in the
after 18,000 visitors more have passed
of a thing, of it; possessive form of "it"
gates, totaling a number of 92,000. Regarding the pie charts,
interrogative pronoun, used both substantively and adjectivally, and in direct and indirect questions, to ask for, or refer to, an individual person or thing among several of a class
presents the satisfaction percentages of those who visited the
, we can
with ease ('easy' is sometimes used informally for 'easily')
say they were more pleased with the new look of the
. 35% completed the survey with very satisfied compared to only 15% in the
before the refurbishment.
the dissatisfaction percentages have dropped from 40% to 15% for the dissatisfied persons and from10% to 5% for those who were very dissatisfied.
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