The bar graph
presented below demonstrates the percentage of different issues, which people from the UK can be confronted by in 2008.
chart consists of three
bold lines – green, red and blue, that represent health services, education and training, and air pollution.
, each of
the UK has these three lines and their personal percentage, which, as we can see,
grown already to 60%.
the graph, the blue lines
the red are the greatest for every UK town,
means that medical service and studying are the most serious and principal issues in 2008. At
point, Belfast with Cardiff have the same indications on the highest dot,
other city residents have at least 50%, except for Glasgow, that have approximately 48-49% on health service and Manchester,
red line is on 45%.
In comparison with red and blue, green curves determine
lower measures, illustrating that air pollution is in six and more times less important than other city’s problems. Beginning with Manchester and ending with Newcastle its index is decreasing – from 16% to 5%.