IELTS Task 1 : Multiple

The types of music albums purchased by people in Britain according to sex and age

The graphs below show the types of music albums purchased by people in Britain according to sex and age. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparation where relevant.
Dec 10,2018
. Model answer 1

An investigation of the types of music people buy in the UK is shown by the three column graphs. At first glance, we can see that classical music is far less popular than pop or rock music.

Compared to 17% of women, the rock market is mainly occupied by men with 30% buying rock. We see from the graph number one that need in pop music is steady from age 16 to 44 with 20% of the population continuing to buy pop CDs after the age of 45. The sale in rock music lies its peak among the 25 to 34 year olds, though it is not sold as well as pop, for which the demand drops off after the age of 35. From the age of 45 and older, there is dramatically sharper fall, being opposite no the classical music one.

Model answer 2

The three bar charts illustrate a survey of the consuming habit in music albums in Britain by sex and age group.

It is obvious that, according to the graphs, male buyers are more than female ones in all types of music. Then, the demand for classic music shows dramatically less than the two others. Regarding the pop music CD, first, people in the groups from age ' 6 to 34 take the highest percentage which is 30% and above, followed by the male buyers with slightly under 30% A similar trend has been stated for the Rock music products. However, for the classic music, the most active consuming, at 20%. is by people older than 45, and even more dramatically, 25-34 age group takes the next place at 16% approximately.

Next, the percentage of female consumers has always kept slightly lower than the male, which is 8%-10% for the pop and rock, 2%-3% for the classic around respectively.

ln short, one would see the market penetration of the three kinds of music albums in the UK clearly.