IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic 04: Marriage and Divorce Statistics for eight countries – Bar chart

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Topic 04: Marriage and Divorce Statistics for eight countries – Bar chart

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georgia

Posted on Mar 15, 2022

The bar charts depict the information about the number of married people and the divorced population in 8 countries which are the USA, UK, Japan, Finland, Germany, France, Italy, Denmark, respectively, between 1981 and 1994. Calibration of data is done in per thousands.

Overall, it can be clearly seen from the first chart, marriage statistics tend to decline profoundly in all represented countries during the given 13 years, except Denmark. In addition, according to the second chart which is demonstrated divorce statistics, America has the highest proportion and followed by Britain.
To begin with, the United States has the greatest number of married people which is over 10 per thousand in 1981. However half of these people had divorced in the same year. While the USA has a decreasing trend, Denmark has upward with around 2 per thousand people for marriage in the given period of time.
Moreover, it is clear that the other 5 countries have approximately the same trend for marriage. The eye-catching point of the second chart is that Italian society divorced less than other nations from 1981 to 1994.

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georgia

Posted on Mar 15, 2022

The bar charts depict the information about the number of married people and the divorced population in 8 countries which are the USA, UK, Japan, Finland, Germany, France, Italy, Denmark, respectively, between 1981 and 1994. Calibration of data is done in thousands.

Overall, it is clearly seen from the first chart, marriage statistics tend to decline profoundly in all represented countries during the given 13 years, except Denmark. In addition, according to the second chart which is demonstrated divorce statistics, America has the highest proportion and followed by Britain.

To begin with, the United States has the greatest number of married people which is over 10 thousand in 1981. However half of these people had divorced in the same year. While the USA has a decreasing trend, Denmark has upward with around 2000 people for marriage in the given period.

Moreover, it is clear that the other 5 countries have approximately the same trend for marriage. The eye-catching point is that Italian society divorced less than other nations from 1881 to 1994.

Moreover, it is clear that the other 5 countries have approximately the same trend for marriage. The eye-catching point is that Italian society divorced less than other nations from 1881 to 1994.

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