The chart below shows the results survey about people’s coffee and tea buying and drinking habits in five Australian cities

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The chart below shows the results of a survey about people's coffee and tea buying and drinking habits in five Australian cities.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.


The chart below shows the outcome of observation of observing how often people of in five Australian cities buy and drink different kinds of coffee.

To commence, within the first line it represents the 'bought fresh coffee in last 4 weeks'. In Sydney and Melbourne, the percentages were approximately 43.7% and 42%. Percentages were mitigated(1) in Brisbane and Adelaide, it was 34%. 37% in Hobart slightly increased.

In addition, the second line shows the 'bought instant coffee in last 4 weeks'. Brisbane has 52%. The other two cities have almost the same numbers are as Adelaide 49.8% and Melbourne, 48.3%. The lowest number is 45.2% in Sydney and the highest number is 54% in Hobart.

Furthermore, the last option of the questionnaire is the percentage of city residents went to a café for coffee or tea in the last 4 weeks. In Sydney, 61% people went to a café for coffee or tea in the last 4 weeks. In Hobart the percentage of people who went to a café for coffee or tea is 62% of city residents. It is decreased in Brisbane and Adelaide which are 55.2% and 49.8%. Among all the cities the highest ins in Melbourne which shows 63% of the public went to a café for coffee or tea in the last 4 weeks.

In a nutshell, the maximum number of the survey is the percentage of city residents that went to a café for coffee or tea in the last week as a result of it shows almost the highest percentage in 3 types.(2)

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(1) What do you mean by mitigate? Mitigate: to make something less harmful, unpleasant, or bad.

If you are referencing a label you don't need the but if not, you need to include the.

(2) This doesn't make much sense.

I don't think you do enough comparisons. Such as mentioning that Adelaide was the only city where more people bought instant coffee than those who went to cafe for coffee or tea.
 
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