The table below shows a survey on the preference of different age groups in a European country on different TV programmes in 2012.
The provided table illustrates the outcome of an analysis of the most popular shows watched by Europeans in the year 2012, which categorized them into distinct age groups.
At first glance, children preferred animated movies rather than news broadcasts, while the reverse was true for the 21-25 age demographic. It is obsessed that featured film and sports programs were favored by people no matter how old they were.
Looking at the graph in more detail, the percentage of cartoon viewers was roughly five times as high as news watchers between 11-15 years old, accounting for 29% and 6% respectively. In contrast, people aged 21 to 25 spent time watching news broadcasts instead of animated films, with the corresponding numbers standing at 23% and 4 %. Additionally, three given age demographics shared a comparative similarity in preference for TV dramas, at around 10%.
It could be noticed that 20% was the aggregate proportion of people viewing featured movies and sports programs, who fell into the 11-25 age bracket. Soap opera was less popular in all three age groups, with the respective percentages reaching 17%, 12% and 19%.