The line graph below gives information on cinema attendance in the UK.

The line graph below gives information on cinema attendance in the UK.
The given line chart shows the percentage of people by
group who went to the cinema from 1990 to 2010.
, we can see that all four categories followed the same pattern during the 20-year period.
, the 44-54
group had the biggest number of cinema attendance. In 1990, the biggest percentage of movie users accounted for those 34-54 years old at 37%,
the lowest figure involved the youth between the
of 14 and 24 at about 15% and just above 20% for those under 34. All the numbers increased gradually until 1995 before dropping slowly by 2000. In the next five years, the UK cinema witnessed a significant growth of users' attendance by nearly 10% for each
group. By 2010, these figures had reached their peaks, with the highest percentage at just over 50 including the oldest visitors and around 20% for the younger generations.
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