The given bar graph illustrates the ratio of people of various age categories in the UK being reported to use internet between 2003 to 2006.
It is crystal clear, that the ratio of young people from age 16 to 24 was highest among any other age group in terminal years. On the other hand, the least users of internet were the adults of 65+ in the whole time zones.
The masses between 16 to 24 were the major users of internet as the percentage climbed to 80 in 2003 and 2003. Moreover, in 2005 it escalated to 100 but slightly decreased at 90 in 2006. Preceding further, adults between 25-44 reported that the percentage raised from 50 to 80 every year, respectively. Similarly, the same trend was observed between age group of 45-54 but this time the ratio increased from 60 to 80 with minimal difference.
On the other hand, the experienced individual of age 55-64 used 30,38,37 and 45 percent of internet in the given time, respectively. At the end, people of age 65 and above surfed the least internet at the ratio of 15 in 2003, 14 in 2004 and one fifth in 2005 but no record of 2006.
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