The rate of television watchers and radio listeners in the UK, Oct – Dec 1992

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    The graph below shows radio and television audiences throughout the day in 1992.
    Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make
    comparisons where relevant.
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    According to the data above, the audience of television in the UK is less than 50 percent, even the audience of radio only makes 30 percent of the population.

    On the radio data, we can see that it has around 8% listeners on 6 AM, 20% listeners on 8 AM, 21% on 10 AM, and then it goes down to 15% on 12 PM, 11% on 2 PM, 13% on 4 PM, back to 10% on 6 PM, 7% on 8 PM, 5% on 10 PM, 3% on 12 AM, 1% on 2 AM, 2% on 4 AM and back to 3% on 6 AM.

    Therefore, we can conclude that the highest rate of radio listeners is at 8 AM and the lowest rate of listeners is at 2 AM.

    On the other hand, on the television data, we can see that it has around 0% watchers on 6 AM, 5% on 8 AM, 4% on 10 AM, 6% on 12 PM, 13% on 2 PM, 19% on 4 PM, it then goes up to 40% on 6 PM, it then goes to it’s highest which is 45% on 8 PM, it then goes down to 35% on 10 PM, and 15% on 12 AM, and around 3% on 2 AM, and it goes a bit up to 5% on 4 AM, and then 7% on 6 AM.

    Therefore, we can conclude that the highest rate of television watchers is at 8 PM and the lowest rate of watchers is at 6 AM.

    We can also see that the rate of radio listeners and television watchers were both around 15% on 1 PM and both were also around 2% on 3 AM. We can also conclude that the audience of television outnumbers the audience of radio.

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