The given pie chart shows the number of visitors to a local cinema according to age in 2000.
The chart illustrates and compares the popularity of cinema visiting among different group of ages. We can see that people aged 55 and older are the most popular visitors, about half (51%) of local cinema visitors are from this age. People aged between 10-15 get in the second place of popularity as about 21% of the total local cinema visitors number are among those ages. Then, with about 6% less than the last group the third group comes, they are people of ages between 16-20 they are not commonly go to cinema. Also from the presented data in the chart we can see the two groups of ages that rarely go to the local cinema they are the people which aged between 21-30 and between 31-45 as the summation of their percentages doesn't exceed 13%, people aged 21-30 get 8% while whom aged 31-45 the lowest percentage 5% of the total visitor number.