The Graph Shows the Number of Books Read by Men and Women at Burnaby Public Library from 2011 to 2014

The Graph Shows the Number of Books Read by Men and Women at Burnaby Public Library from 2011 to 2014

The graph shows the number of books read by men and women at Burnaby Public Library from 2011 to 2014.


The graph shows the number of books read by men and women at Burnaby Public Library from 2011 to 2014.

The graph shows the number of books read by readers at Burnaby Public Library from 2011 to 2014. Initially, in 2011 books read by women was higher than men, to put in numbers it was 5000 books by women and 3000 books by men. There was a gradual increase of men’s readers to 4000 in 2012, and there was a sudden hike to 10000 readers in 2013; in just one year, we can see that there were 6000 more readers. The reading graph for men still showed an increasing trend in 2014, reaching 14000 books, though the percentage has reduced compared to the previous year.

In contrast to books read by men, the number of books read by women has not been stable. Women readers had a good start in 2011 with 5000 books, which increased to 8000 in 2012 still in a higher ratio against men readers, followed by the year 2013 which witnessed 10000 books moving in an upward trend. However, after 2013 there was a decrease in the number of books read by women. The numbers fell to 8000 again in 2014.

To summarize, the chart shows that men read more books in 2014, and the curve has always been in the increasing trend over the years, while in the case of women readers, the angle is not stable and has gone down after 2013. To conclude, men’s readers took the lead in 2014. Contrarily, women readers were leading in 2011 back then.

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