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

The table illustrates the change of visitor numbers of Ashdown Museum before and after it was renovated, while the associated visitor satisfaction is outlined in the pie charts. Overall, the number of visitors to Ashdown Museum increased significantly throughout the surveyed period. Meanwhile, more tourists felt satisfied with their visiting experience after the museum was refurbished. To be more specific, the visitor numbers increased about one-
in the two years, from 74,000 to 92,000. As for the satisfaction of these people, the proportion of visitors who felt very satisfied with their journey more than doubled after the reconstruction.
, the satisfied people
raise the level or amount of something
its rate from 30% to 40%. For those who were not pleased with the visiting experience, jointly, it accounted for a half before the refurbishment, with 40% dissatisfied and 10% very dissatisfied respectively.
, these data shrank dramatically in the
year, as the percentage of dissatisfied people dropped by one-quarter, and the very dissatisfied tourists declined to a half of its initial figure.
, about 5% of visitors still did not provide
objective case of they
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