MemberNovember 14, 2022 at 7:44 PM
The line graph illustrates the percentage of people listening to radio and watching television in United Kingdom from October to December of 1992.
Overall, the graph evidently reports that there has been a large surge in percentage of population who opt for watching television over listening to radio at night, however the percentage of radio listeners surpasses television viewers at dawn.
In the initial phase of the day, there is a sharp increase in the percentage of radio listeners and the value skyrockets to about 30% between 8:00 A.M and 10:00 A.M. Despite the initial leap, there has been a gradual plummet in the listener’s percentage thereafter. It has a slight increase in the audience’s percentage for about 15% in the evening for about an hour from 4 P.M.
The graph displays that there are less than 10% of the active viewers of television until about 12 in the noon. But there has been a gradual increase in the percentage of viewers starting from 3:00 P.M in the afternoon, and the value leaps to almost 50% of the active viewers in the time frame between 6:00 P.M to 8:00 P.M. Post to which the viewer’s rate tend to plunge gradually and evenly until 2 at midnight.