IELTS Writing Task: 1(Bar Chart)


You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The chart below shows the percentage of adults of different age groups in the UK who used the Internet everyday form 2003-2006.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

 

Write at least 150 words.

Writing Task-1(Practice: 2)

 


Answer

 

The given bar chart illustrates the percentage of adults of different age groups using the Internet between 2003 and 2006, in the Great Britain. 

Overall, adults between 16 and 44 showed the greatest usage of the Internet and the users grew with the time regardless of their age. But, the over 65s had the least percentage of Internet users. 

The main users of the Internet were young adults aged between 16 and 24 years.  In 2003 and 2004, they shared the same percentage, which was 80%. In 2005, this figure increased significantly to 100%, but decreased slightly to 90% in the next year. 

We can see from the chart that all the age groups experienced an upward trend as far as their daily use of the Internet is concerned. In the 25-44 group, there was a gradual growth in the percentage, from 50% to 80%, between 2003 and 2006. There were similar increase for the 45 to 54 years olds, rising from 60% in 2003, to 80% in 2006. As for the other groups, although the percentage had minor fluctuation, the overall trend was upwards.

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  1. The given chart provides information about the daily Internet use of five different age groups in the UK for the period 2003 to 2006.
    Overall, it is clear that although figures were consistently higher at the end of the period observed than those at the start among all age groups, the youngest age group surfed online most, while the numbers were significantly lowest for the elderly.
    In 2003, the youth group aged 16 to 24 showed online use on a daily basis of 80%, moreover, that figure rose to almost 90% in 2006, despite a surge of nearly 100% in 2005. The people in the groups 24-44 and 45-54 years old both represented a rather steady growth of persons involved with the Internet seven days a week throughout the period. Whilst the slightly younger category started out with half in 2003, proportions showed an yearly increase of 10 percent points, peaking at 80% in 2006. The slightly older group reached the same number in 2006, they, however, started with a higher number of 60% in 2003.
    The over 65 years olds don’t provide information for 2003, for the following years, figures were below 20%. The group 55-64 doubled the persons being on the Internet from 25% in 2003 to 50% in 2006.

    1. The given bar chart illustrates the percentage of Internet users in the UK belonging to different age groups between 2003 and 2006. Overall, it can be clearly seen that Internet was mostly used by young people, whereas it was the least popular activity among elderly people throughout the whole period.
      In 2003, Internet was used by 80% of adults starting from the age of 16 to 24, while the proportion of Internet users among the age group 25-44 was about 50%. Another group of 45-54 showed the result of 60% the same year. Two older categories of 55-64 and 65+ showed little interest in the use of Internet (30% and 18% respectively). A year later, the figures for the young people remained unchanged but the 25-44 increased its number of users by 15%. There was a slight growth in two other consecutive categories (by 15% and 10%). The percentage of Internet users among people who were older than 65 reduced approximately by 3%.
      In the year of 2005, 16-24 reached its peak with the outcome of 100%, 25-44 showed the steady growth and reached 65%. The 70% of 45-54 actively used the Internet and the percentage of elder Internet users almost didn’t change. At the end of the period, in 2006, the amount of young Internet surfers significantly dropped by nearly 30%. However, both 25-44 and 45-54 had identical figures with 80% of active users due to their steady rise. The 55-64 age category’s online surfers’ amount almost doubled and stopped at the indicator of 50%. At the end of the given period only one fifth of the 65+ category were actively using the Internet

  2. The bar chart illustrates the proportion of adolescents of various age divisions, where internet dependency in every single day in between 2003 and 2006 by the nation called UK.
    overall, adults stood at the top place in internet usage.However,it got to be minimal at the grey individuals.
    It can be pellucid that,teenagers occupied an huge interest in the internet sector rather than other ages.considering the age group 16-24,it accomplished 80% in 2003 as well as 2004.later it got an elevation of 100% in 2005,but got an slump of around 90% in 2006.looking at the other age groups from 25-44 together with 45-54,followed an similar pattern by an range in between 40% to 100%.
    Nextly,the grey masses period from 55-64 tenanted to be insignificant ups and downs,in 2003 it occupied an least interest in internet of roughly by 30%.The following year 2004 also shows us the less growth of internet less than 40%,although it got wavered in 2005 and 2006.Finally,65 plus accounted merely less than 20%,though the years got fluctuations

  3. The bar chart compares the usage of the internet among divided age group from UK citizens over for four years from 2003 to 2006.
    It is clearly noticeable that young adults who are considered teenagers have seemed prime users of the internet over the mentioned period. While old age groups were not likely fond of internet usage.
    Among the five age groups, teenagers ranging from 16-24 had used a maximum percentage of the internet which was 80% in both years 2003 & 2004, while in next year the usage rose by 20%, whereas in 2006 it drops by 10% than the previous year. Coming to the youth of nation of age group 25-44 and the greying society 45-54 age group, the figures shows rose in internet usage year after year. In the years 2003 & 2004, the percentage of net usage in youth was below 60%. While in 2005 and 2006 both youth and grey society had shown similar interest in internet usage which was ranging between 60% to 80%.
    It is obvious that the people of the old age group who are not tech-savvy saw the lowest usage of the internet in that period. Still, age group of 55-64 was using it between 30-35 percent in first three years, while there was sudden soar in usage to 50% in 2006. The people over 65 age were using internet below 20% in all 4 years.

  4. The bar chart compares the number of people using the Internet based on their age groups in four different years, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 in the UK.
    It is clear that, youngest population had the highest proportion among other age groups. In contrast the above 65 age group had the lowest percentage between these years. In addition, trend of using internet increased in all age groups during 2003 to 2006.
    The 16-24 age group internet users was 80% in 2003 and remain stable till 2004. Although, after one year internet user in this group rose significantly to 100%, again in 2006, it saw a slight fall to approximately 90%.
    The second age group with high internet penetration was 24 to 44 years old that had significant rose from about 50% in 2003 to 80% by 2006. The group of 45-54 years also experienced an incensement during the period from 60% to same figure of 25-44 age group. Although the other two groups saw some up and downs, their overall trend was upward.

  5. The given bar chart show daily internet usage among adults of different age groups in UK from 2003 to 2006.
    First group is composed of people of age 16 to 24 years, and have highest frequency of internet usage in all 4 years from 2003 to 2006 in all age groups. In years 2003 and 2004 around 80 % of people of the group used internet daily. The figure reached 100 % in the year 2005 and dropped to 90 % in next year.
    Second group is consist of individuals of over 25 of 44 years old. In this group internet usage was around 50 % in 2003 but rose steadily by 10 % each year reaching up to 80 % in 2006.
    Third group is made up of adults ranging from 55 to 64 years in age. They had daily internet usage of 30 % initially in 2003 which rose slightly next year then fell again the following year amounting to around 32 % in 2005 but rose very sharply in the year 2006 reaching the peak of 50 %.
    Last group is consist of adults over 65 years old. This group by far had least amount of daily internet usage. Starting from 15 % in 2004 it increased only to 20 % in 2006.
    To summarise youngest age groups have highest internet usage which decrease as age progresses. Also overall in all age groups increase in daily internet usage was seen over time.

  6. The bar chart illustrates the percentage of part-time employees in each region of the United Kingdom in 1980 and 2010. Overall, there has been a small increase in the number of employees from 1980 to 2010, except Northern Ireland.
    The graph shows that England and Wales have more part-time workers than in Northern Ireland and Scotland. According chart in 1980 in England, 25% of people worked part-time. The country with the greater percentage of people who worked part-time was Wales with 33%. In both countries saw an increase the percentage of the population in 2010. In England rose to over 30%, and in Wales more than 45%.
    In Scotland in 1980, about 12% of people worked part – time, but this number has increased to 19%. In addition, in Northern Ireland, can be seen that between 1980 and 2010 observed a decrease from approximately 15% to 13%.

  7. The given bar chart illustrates the percentage of adults of different age groups using the Internet between 2003 and 2006, in the Great Britain.

    Overall, adults between 16 and 44 showed the greatest usage of the Internet and the users grew with the time regardless of their age. But, the over 65s had the least percentage of Internet users.

    The main users of the Internet were young adults aged between 16 and 24 years. In 2003 and 2004, they shared the same percentage, which was 80%. In 2005, this figure increased significantly to 100%, but decreased slightly to 90% in the next year.

    We can see from the chart that all the age groups experienced an upward trend as far as their daily use of the Internet is concerned. In the 25-44 group, there was a gradual growth in the percentage, from 50% to 80%, between 2003 and 2006. There were similar increase for the 45 to 54 years olds, rising from 60% in 2003, to 80% in 2006. As for the other groups, although the percentage had minor fluctuation, the overall trend was upwords.

  8. The following bar chart illustrates the proportion of adults of different age groups using internet daily in the UK. Data shown in the bar chart is over a period of 4 years from 2003 to 2006.
    Overall, majority of the people using the internet were young adults while people above the age of 65 accounted for the lowest proportion over the span of 4 years. Percentage of adults within age groups of 25-54 using the internet grew steeply, meanwhile those in the age group of 55-64 rose steadily.
    Adults between age group of 16-24 being the main users of internet accounted for 80% which then rose to 100% in 2005 after which it fell to about 90% in 2006. Proportion of Internet users remained fairly stable at 20% for people above 65 years of age from 2003 to 2006. Proportion of people belonging to the age group of 25-44 using the internet increased steeply from above 40% in 2003 to 80% in 2006.

  9. This report derives from a chart that depicts the usage of internet among individuals of different age groups per day for the four consecutive years in UK.
    The fact that stand out to emerge from the chart is that the usage of internet is increased gradually over the years for young adults, irrespective of their age groups and decreased slightly for the older people.
    To record with the people who are in early twenties, the percentage of internet used in year 2003 and 2004 remained same with 80% and slightly raised by 20% for the next year with lowered down by 10% for 2006.For the age group 25 to 44, the trend showed the similar increase by 10% every year.Notably, 5% increase of the internet usage has been found with the people lying in the age group of 45 to 54.
    In contrary, the internet used by the people who are in early sixties fluctuated every year slightly, pointed the drastic increase of 20% for the year 2006.On final note of comparison, people with more than 65 age used internet the least but the usage noted to be raised slightly for the year 2006.

  10. The bar chart illustrates the information about the percentage of adults of different age groups who used Internet daily in UK, from 2003 to 2006.

    Irrespective of age group, the percentage of people using Internet has increased in the four years. Out of all the five age groups, most of the people aged between 16-24 are using Internet. Interestingly, the percentage of people using internet in the age groups 25-44 and 45-54 is almost same. It is found that that, very small portion of people above 65+ are using Internet.

    Firstly, the percentage of 16-24 aged people browsing Internet was 80% in 2003 and 2004, increased to 100% in 2005 and falls to around 90% in the year 2006. On the other hand, the percentage of people in 25-44 using Internet reached 80% in the year 2006 from 50% in 2003, while the same is increased from 60% in 2003 to 80% in 2006, for 45-54 group.

    The percentage of people using Internet in the age group 55-64 is around 35% in the year 2003, 2004 and 2005 and drastically increased to 45% in 2006. Finally, a small portion of people, say 18% are using Internet in 2003 to 2005 and has seen a small increase to 20% in 2006.

  11. The given bar chart illustrates the percentage of Internet users in the UK belonging to different age groups between 2003 and 2006. Overall, it can be clearly seen that Internet was mostly used by young people, whereas it was the least popular activity among elderly people throughout the whole period.
    In 2003, Internet was used by 80% of adults starting from the age of 16 to 24, while the proportion of Internet users among the age group 25-44 was about 50%. Another group of 45-54 showed the result of 60% the same year. Two older categories of 55-64 and 65+ showed little interest in the use of Internet (30% and 18% respectively). A year later, the figures for the young people remained unchanged but the 25-44 increased its number of users by 15%. There was a slight growth in two other consecutive categories (by 15% and 10%). The percentage of Internet users among people who were older than 65 reduced approximately by 3%.
    In the year of 2005, 16-24 reached its peak with the outcome of 100%, 25-44 showed the steady growth and reached 65%. The 70% of 45-54 actively used the Internet and the percentage of elder Internet users almost didn’t change. At the end of the period, in 2006, the amount of young Internet surfers significantly dropped by nearly 30%. However, both 25-44 and 45-54 had identical figures with 80% of active users due to their steady rise. The 55-64 age category’s online surfers’ amount almost doubled and stopped at the indicator of 50%. At the end of the given period only one fifth of the 65+ category were actively using the Internet

  12. The provided bar chart illustrates the use of internet in percentage by a variety of users in UK on the basis of different age groups from year 2003 to 2006 respectively.
    Unfolding the given chart, it is quite clear that number of data consumers belonging to age group 16 to 24 levelled off at 80 percent for two years 2003 and 2004 respectively. The numbers took a surge by 20 percent in next year which faced a downfall of 10 percent by the end of 2006. On the other hand, adults between 25 to 44 had a gradual inclination leading to a dramatic jump in their count from 30 percent in 2003 to 80 percent in 2006.
    Similarly, figures for the category of 45 to 54 years of denizens face a gradual boom each year reaching a percentage of 80 percent in 2006 from 60 percent in 2003. In the Section of elder adults aged between 55 to 64, faced an overall upward trend in which number of internet consumers almost doubled from 30 to 60 percent in four years of time.
    Most geriatric group including elders over 65 years of age did not have a single user even in 2003 but numbers started growing by next year from 0 to 18. Following a dip in 2005, proportions of elder users approached 20 percent by 2006.
    All in All, largest number of users belonged to age group of young adults while long lived ones contributed the least in data consumption.

  13. The chart above depicts the percentage of adults of different age groups in the UK who used the Internet everyday form 2003-2006.
    In 2003, the browsing of internet is as high as 80 percent from the age group of 16-24 whereas the least the 0 percent from the age group of 65+.At the age of 25-44 around 50 percent utilized the internet and 45-54 age group used 60 percent. people at 55-64 age utilized internet around 25 percent. In 2004, 16-24 age group used the same 80 percent like last year. An little increase in the surfing of internet from all the age groups in this year. About 10 percent increase from the age group of 25-44 and 45-54. About 5 percent increased in 55-64 age group. Finally 65+ age group initiated the internet usage by 15 percent. In 2005, a drastic increase of about 20 percent in 16-24 age people. Other two age groups 25-44 and 45-54 a little increase but unexpectedly there is a slight fall of percent in the 55-64 and 65+ age groups.In 2006, a drop of 10 percent from the 16-24 age group. Remaining age people have gradually increased the usage.
    After analyzing the graph thoroughly over the years the age group of 25-44 and 45-54 have gradually increased percent of knowledge through internet whereas the other age groups are in oscillation of internet usage over the period of time.

  14. The bar chart above depicts the percentage of adults’ internet daily usage in the UK from 2003 to 2006. The age range of adults used for the analysis as seen in the bar chart were, 16-24, 25-66, 45-54, 55-64, and 65 above.
    The highest internet usage between 2003 to 2006 was recorded in year 2005 amongst age group 16-24. The same age group had the highest in 2003 and 2004 with 80% usage, 100% in 2005, and 95% in 2006. The age group 45-54 has the second highest internet usage across the years recorded with 60%, 70%, 75% and 80% between 2003-2006 respectively. The third highest percentage of internet usage was in age group 25-44, they had 50%, 60%, ,70% and 80% in those years respectively. The 4th highest percentage was age group 55-60, they had 30%, 35%, 33% and 50% internet usage in those 4 years respectively. The lowest percentage record was that of age group 65+ who had no record for 2004, but recorded 17%, 15% and 20% for 2003, 2005 and 2006 respectively.
    The trend in the chart showed that the highest percentage of internet usage across all the age groups happened between year 2005 and 2006. Most of the age groups recorded the highest percentage of internet usage in 2006 except for age group 16-24 who had their highest percentage recorded in 2005 with 100% usage.
    Overall, age group 16-24 had the highest percentage of internet usage, especially in the year 2005, while others had their highest percentage recorded in 2006.

  15. The bar chart illustrates the frequency of the use of the Internet by adults, who are separated into five age groups (16-24, 25-44, 45-54, 55-64 and 65+) between 2003 to 2006 in the UK.
    Overall, the usage of the Internet seems to have a downward trend as the age group increases, although within each age interval can be observed an upward trend in terms of the use of the Internet over time.
    One significant factor to be considered is that, interestingly, the youngest age group spent the same amount on time online, 80%, between 2003 and 2004, and then for the next year the percentage reached a peak at 100%, but slightly dropped by around 10% in 2006.
    On the other hand, a similarity in the upward pattern it is seen between the 25-44 and 45-54 groups, although the starting point differ by 10% (around 50% and 60% respectively), finally reached the same level at 80% in 2006. Regarding, the two remaining groups (55-64 and 65+) the final percentage rose from about 30% and 18% in 2003 to 50% and 20% respectively in 2006, however within the period were showed fluctuations.

  16. The given chart illustrates the percentages of people from different age groups using the internet from 2003 until 2006. Overall, the maximum number of users of the internet were adults between 16 to 24. The people over 65 had low percentages of internet users.
    The main users of the internet are between 16 and 24 who shared the same percentages in 2003 and 2004, pushing their figures higher to 100%. But there was a gradual decrease of 15% in users between 16 to 24 age group, in 2006.
    The internet usage of adults from the 25 to 44 age groups and age group 45 to 54, showed the increasing trend, as the years passed, reaching the equal percentages of 80%, in 2006.
    The percentages of internet users of the 54-64 age group were not stable over the years but had the maximum number of users in 2006 reaching 55% approximately.
    The lowest percentages of users detected were senior citizens above 65, 17% in 2005, and 20% in 2006.
    In summary, we can conclude, youth aged between 16 to 24
    uses the internet the greatest as compared to adults of other age groups.

  17. The bar graph illustrates the proportion of individuals belonging to different age groups in the United Kingdom who used the web in their daily life from 2003 to 2006.

    At a fleeting glance, it is immensely clear that percentage of the people of age group 25 to 54 regarding their usage of internet per day increased over the four years. Commencing at 50% , the figure of the net users between 25-44 rose exactly by 10% in every year, which reached at 80% in the final year. From 2003 to 2006, there was a slight escalation of the percentile of consumers(45-54)who used internet service which was 60% in 2003 and 80% in 2006.

    By contrast, three age groups showed variations in their percentages in the given time period.
    The number of adults (16-24) who surfed the web remained stable (80%) in the first two years , which before dropping to 90% in 2006 touched 100% in 2005. Similarly, the 55-64 aged person registered a climb in the figure from just below a third to stood at a half. While the senior citizen used no internet in the initial year, after facing a minimal decline the number went upwards at 20%.

    Overall, it can be seen that age group of 16-24 was the highest in using the web services in the given time. There was a change in the percentage of individuals belonging to varied age groups.

  18. The given bar chart presents data about the percentage of British nationals donating money for charitable purposes. The data provided is for two years, 1990 and 2010, and is divided by age groups. We can quickly observe that the highest share of donors in 1990 was in the 36-50 age spectrum and for 2010 was in the 51-65 range. The least charitable group in both 1990 and were the 18-25-year-olds. On further analysis, we can see that for the initial three age ranges, the percentage of the donation was higher in 1990 than it was in 2010 and for the last two ranges it was the opposite. Overall, the pattern in 1990 is an increasing curve which peaks around 36-50 age-cohort and then declines from thereon. For 2010, the curve peaks at 51-65 age-range and then decreases. One interesting factor to note is that the least per centum of donors in 2010 is lower than the lowest for the year 1990. In conclusion, the given information presents a good insight into British charitable practices.

  19. This bar graph illustrates the usage of internet by adults over a four year period. It depicts that people between 16-24 year old use the internet the most. While, over 65 years old only 20% use it.
    16-24 year olds are the heaviest users, from 2003 to 2006. In the years of 2003 and 2004 the internet usage was 80%. The following year it increased by 20%, in 2006 it fell slightly to about 90%.
    The trend for 25-44 year old group and the 45-54 year olds is about the same. The only difference is that the 25-44 group started lower, with about 50%usage. While the 45-54 year olds started from 60% in 2003. It only went up from there through the years, until both reached 80% in the last year.
    The last two age groups shows that they use the Internet the least. The 55-64 year old group has a steady usage with about 30% in the first 3 years, but in 2006 it suddenly increased to approximately 20%, without the data of 2003.
    In conclusion, the data shows that, as the years go up the usage of Internet goes down, it is inversely proportional. The lowest usage was in 2005 in the 65 plus group. The highest percentage of users was from the young adults in 2005.

  20. The bar chart given below illustrates the pattern of internet usage amongst a proportion of adults belonging to various age groups in the UK between the years 2003 and 2006.

    Overall, it is evident that the highest percentage of surfing on the world wide web was by adults belonging to 16-24 year age group while, the least was by the geriatric population of UK. Although there was a considerable fluctuation between in the number of adults using the internet over the duration, the figure remained exactly the same for ages between 25 and 54.

    Focusing on the adoloscents and young adults of UK the number remained the same for the first two years of the time period at 80%. However, 2005 saw a rise by 20% of the population being dependant on the internet before slipping down by 10% in the next year.

    Coming to age groups lying between 25 to 54, there was a steady growth of 10% every year and the highest was in 2006 at 80%. With respect to the older generation, 2006 saw its peak with 50% of the people knowing how to use the internet. On the contrary, as the British got older there was a drop in the statistics. There were no people who felt the need for the internet in 2003 but the number slowly grew to reach its highest, at 20% by the end of 4 years.

  21. The given bar chart illustrates the use of internet
    in percentage by different age groups between 2003
    to 2006.

    According to the graph, the percentage is significantly
    high in the ages between 16-44 and the users increased with
    the time regardless of their age. Ages over 55 had the least
    usage of internet among all groups.

    As we can see, adults in the younger age group 16-25 showed the
    greatest use of the internet.In 2003,
    the usage was 80% and same in the subsequent year but rised to 100% in 2005.Later slightly decreased
    to 90% in the year 2006.

    In short, percentage of using internet among all age groups
    increased within the time. However, adults age group 25-44
    showed a gradual growth from 2003 to 2006 with the rise
    of 30% users. The similary increase can alse be seen in
    the group 45 to 54 years old by the rise of 20% .
    As for other groups, graph shows the minor fluctuations
    in the growth of users.

  22. The given chart illustrates the percentage of adults of different age groups in the UK who used the Internet every day from 2003 to 2006. Overall, it is clearly evident that the 16-24 age group had the highest percentage of users consistently over the years.

    The 16-24 age group were the consistently using internet everyday over the time period. At least 80% of the adults in this age group used the internet every day. In 2005, 100% of the adults in the age group had used the internet every day. The 25-44 age group, saw an increase in the percentage over the time between 2003 and 2006. By 2006 about 80% of the adults in this age group used the internet every day. The 45-54 age group too saw similar trends over the period as the 25-44 group, both ending at 80% of users in 2006.

    The 65+ age group had the least percentage of adults using internet everyday during the observed period. By 2006, approximately 20% of the adults in this age group were using the internet every day, which is quite low when compared to the other age groups.

    The 55-64 age group had consistently above 30% of adults using the internet, which went up to 50% by 2006. Overall, the percentage of adults using the internet had declined as the age group gets higher.

  23. The chart illustrates the percentage of adults of different age groups who used the Internet each day from 2003 to 2006 in the U.K

    Overall, all the age groups used the internet the most in 2006, expect adults between 16 and 24 who used the internet the most in 2005. Least amount of time was spent on the internet by people above the age of 65 over the period given. On the other hand, the internet was used most by adults between 16 and 24 from 2033 to 2006.

    To begin with, 100% adults between 16 and 24 used the internet everyday in 2005, which was also the highest among all age groups over the period given. In other years, average of approximately 80% adults from 16-24 used the internet. Furthermore, there was a gradual rise in the amount of time spent by adults between 25 and 55 from nearly 50% in 2003 to exactly 80% by the final year.

    Interestingly, no adult over the age of 65 used internet everyday in 2003, and the percentage were below 25% for rest of the following years. In 2003, nearly 30% of adults between 55 and 64 used internet everyday. This figure first increased marginally to 35% in 2004, and later decreased to almost 30% in 2005. In the final year, however, the percentage jumped to approximately 50%.

  24. The chart here illustrates the Internet usage in the day-to-day life of adults having different age groups in the UK from 2003-2006.

    As per record, it is seen that the highest usage of internet is among the youngsters, while the least is among the senior citizens (i.e. age of 65+), and there is a moderate variation in the middle-aged people during all these years.

    In 2003, there were 80% of people using the internet in the age group of 16-24. In contrast, there was no one using the internet in the age group of 65 and above. In 2004, there was no change in the group of 16-24, while less 20% of the people above 65 years started the usage of internet. In the year 2005, every person of the age group 16-24 used internet, while in the 65+ age group, the ratio was still less than 1/5.
    In the year 2006, there was a percentage drop-down of approximately 10% than the year 2005 in the age group of 16-24, and there was an increment in 65 and above age group to 20% usage of internet.

    A constant raise is been seen in the age groups of 25-44 and 45-54 in the years 2003 to 2006, while on the other hand, in the group of 55-64 there have been fluctuations in the usage.
    In 2003, approximately 50% of people were using internet in the age group of 25-44, 60% people of the group 45-54 used internet, while approximately 30% of the people with age between 55-64 used the internet. In the year 2004, 60% of the people of group 25-44 and around 70% of the people of group 45-54 used internet, while on the other hand there was a minor increase in usage between the people ranging from 55-64. In 2005, the number increased approximately till 70% and 77% in the groups of 25-44 and 45-54 respectively. Whereas, in the group of 55-64 there was minor drop down to approximately 32%. In the year 2006, the age groups 25-44 and 45-54 had equalised the number of people using the internet by 80%, while there was a major growth of about 50% in the age group of 55-64.

  25. The bar chart depicts the information about the number of adults of different age groups who made use of internet daily from 2003 to 2006 in United Kingdom. The data is calibrated in percentage.

    Overall,It is clear that people of age group between 16-24 are the heavy users of internet throughout the given time period.Whereas,Old people,who are above 65 are the one who least used the internet.

    To begin with,In 2003 and 2004,people of age range between 16-24 who used the internet remained stable at 80 percent.However,In 2003 there are no users whose age above 65,later in 2004 this aged people also started using internet.On the other hand,the users of age group of 25-44 were less compared to users of the age 45-54 in this time period.

    It can be clearly seen that ,100 percent of the people of age range 16-24 utilized internet everyday in 2005,but later in a year decreased slightly to 90 percent.In 2006, the proportion of users of age groups 25-44 and 45-54 became equal.The citizens whose age between 55 to 64 who used internet have no major changes until 2006,But in 2006 there is a markable change in number of users of this generation.

  26. The Bar chart presents the percentage of people using the internet between 2003 and 2006. The chart shows that in year 2005 adult in age group of 16-24 use internet 100 percent while in 2006 the percentage of using internet has drop down to 90 percent. Meanwhile, in the same year, adults in the age group of 55-56 have used less than 16-24 years old which is about 30 percent. However in 2006 the number of users dramatically rose up to 50 percent. In the meantime, users in the age group of 25-44 use the internet only 45 percent in 2003, while in 2006, the number of people who use the internet rose up to 80 percent. Even though the group of internet users aged 16-24 has the highest percentage of users using the internet, this group is the only group that the percentage of users has dropped by 2006.

  27. The bar chart is presenting several age groups of people who used the internet in the United Kingdom between 2003 and 2006.

    Overall, adults in the age group of 16-24 are using the internet the most and people in the age group of 65 or older have used less internet.

    In 2003 and 2004, the percentage of adults in the age group of 16-24 using the internet was steadily at 80 percent. Then in 2005 the number rose up to 100 percent of users, while in 2006, the amount of internet users dropped down about 90 percent.

    Percentage of internet users in the age group of 65 and older in 2003 was none, while in 2004 the number has leapt up about 18 percent and slightly down to around 17 percent. In 2006, the number of users rose up to 20 percent, hit the high point of the internet user percentage.

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