The bar shows the percentage of people going to cinemas in one European country on different days.
percentage ~ proportion ~ figure
country ~ nation
people ~ citizens ~resident ~ Dweller
different days ~ weekdays and weekends.
going ~ watching ~ attending cinema ~ movie theaters
- the percentage of people between 3 different years is very smaller
- weekends high.
Body 1. 2003.
Body 2. 2005 and 2007.
The bar chart illustrates the proportion of citizens watching cinemas in one European nation on various days.
It is clear that there was a slight fluctuation between people’s percentage going movie theaters each day in three different years. In addition, the figures for residents watching movies on weekends were higher than those on weekdays.
In 2003, there was the highest figure of 40% of people choosing to go to the cinemas on Saturday, compared to 30% who chose Friday or Sunday. In contrast, the figure on Tuesday was 20%, almost two times higher than that on Monday. Wednesday and Thursday had about 16%, and 12% of residents to go to movie theaters.
Over the next four years, the percentage of people going to the cinema on weekends increased slightly to about 45%, 35% for Saturday and Sunday, respectively. On weekdays, Thursday and Monday became more popular among cinema-goers, about 2% more people choosing these days. However, fewer people went to see movies on Tuesday and Wednesday, with the figures falling to 19% and 9%, respectively. Finally, the figure for movie-goers moving to the cinema remained unchanged during the three examined years, at 30%.