The line chart provides information on how many people go to the movie theatre monthly, from 1984 to 2003.
, it is evident that the number of attendances has shown an upward trend over the time period.
One of the first things to note is that the percentage of individuals who are over 35 is the lowest, but it is steadily growing and the trend looks set to continue. More specifically, in 1984 the amount was under 5%, and in 2003 it increased to 19%.
Among people from 15 to 24 years old, cinema is really popular. At the beginning of the period in 1984, less than 20% of them went to the cinema monthly. After that, the percentage climbed dramatically and reached a peak in 200 (around 57%) but it has been falling since
. Children between the ages of 7 and 14 and young adults from 25 to 34 have shown similar trends. Though the percentages started low in 1894, they kept increasing over the years. They both peaked in 1998 and they have been constant since
It is clear that
there are different tendencies depending on the age.