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  • Chippy Susan

    August 9, 2021 at 10:45 AM

    The given bar graph indicates the frequency with which people in the USA ate at fast-food restaurants between 2003 and 2013.

    Overall, people prefer to dine at fast-food outlets at least once a week or once or twice a month which saw a rise from 2003 to 2013 while going out every day and never were only a few times in the corresponding time period.

    While the rate of dining out was highest for more than 30% in once a week along with almost 30% once or twice a month in 2003, it saw an upward growth to approximately 35% for the former although the latter had a downfall to nearly 25% for the year 2006. But in 2013, the preference changed to once or twice a month for almost 35% while the percentage of people who went out once a week was less than 30.

    It is striking to note that the trend of going out to food in restaurants a few times a year remained constant in 2006 and 2013 at nearly 15% although only in 2006 there was a hike for several times a week for around 20%. Moreover, people who preferred to eat out every day and never were the minimum at rates less than 5% within which the highest among all the three years in both these cases was in 2003 that was close to 5%.

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