The bar chart compares the surveyed people in five Australian cities about their coffee and tea purchasing and drinking habits in the last four weeks. These cities are Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Hobart. Overall, most people preferred buying fresh coffee except for people in Adelaide.

More than 60 percent of surveyed participants in Sydney, Melbourne, and Hobart bought fresh coffee in the last four weeks, which was followed by the proportion of people who spent money on instant coffee (45 percent, 48 percent, and 54 percent, respectively). Going to a café for coffee and tea was the least common choice for residents of these three cities with less than 45 percent of the total surveyed respondents.

In Brisbane, the highest share of respondents chose fresh coffee (55 percent), while the figure for people who made the same choice only ranked the second in Adelaide, with just below 50 percent. About 52 percent of Brisbane people bought instant coffee, which is only slightly higher than that of Adelaide (50 percent). The figure of people who participated in this survey went to a café to buy coffee and tea in Brisbane and Adelaide was approximately similar at about 34 percent of the total.

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The bar chart compares the surveyed people in five Australian cities about their habits of purchasing and drinking coffee and tea in the last four weeks. These cities are Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Hobart. Overall, most people preferred going to a café for a drink except for people in Adelaide.

More than 60 percent of surveyed participants in Sydney, Melbourne, and Hobart went to a café for coffee and tea in the last four weeks, which was followed by the proportion of people who spent money on instant coffee (45 percent, 48 percent, and 54 percent, respectively). Buying fresh coffee was the least common choice for residents of these three cities with less than 45 percent of the total surveyed respondents.

In Brisbane, the highest share of respondents tended to go out for coffee or tea (55 percent), while the figure for people who made the same choice only ranked the second in Adelaide, with just below 50 percent. About 52 percent of Brisbane people bought instant coffee, which is only slightly higher than that of Adelaide (50 percent). The figure of people who chose to purchase fresh coffee in Brisbane and Adelaide was approximately similar at about 34 percent of the total.

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More than 60 percent of surveyed participants in Sydney, Melbourne, and Hobart went to a café for coffee and tea in the last four weeks, which was followed by the proportion of people who spent money on instant coffee (45 percent, 48 percent, and 54 percent, respectively). Buying fresh coffee was the least common activity choice for residents of these three cities with less than 45 percent of the total surveyed respondents.

In Brisbane, the highest share of respondents tended to go went out for coffee or tea (55 percent), while the figure (figure is a wrong word here.) for percentage of people who did that made the same choice only ranked the second in Adelaide, with just below 50 percent. About 52 percent of those in Brisbane people bought instant coffee, which is only slightly higher than that of Adelaide (50 percent). The figure proportion of people who chose to purchased fresh coffee in Brisbane and Adelaide was approximately similar at about 34 percent of the total.


Sample essay:

A survey was conducted in five cities in Australia (Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart, Melbourne, and Sydney) asking residents if they had purchased tea or coffee in the past four weeks. The bar chart plots the proportion of residents in each of the cities who responded positively on each of the three questions: 1) Did you buy fresh coffee? 2) Did you buy instant coffee? and 3) Did you go to a cafe to drink tea or coffee?

The highest percentages in each city were for the people who had gone to a cafe. Except for Adelaide, the majority of residents in each city answered that they had done this. In second place were the instant coffee buyers, the city of Adelaide being the exception with slightly less than half.

The cities of Sydney, Hobart and Melbourne had the highest proportions on the chart; more than six of every ten people there had recently enjoyed a cup of tea or coffee in a cafe. On the other extreme, the cities of Brisbane and Adelaide had the lowest percentages, in particular, the ones who had purchased fresh coffee, slightly over one-third (34%). Generally, people in these five cities bought instant coffee more than fresh coffee, and the gap could be fairly wide. As an example, in Brisbane, the gap was nearly 20%, 52% to 34%. In Adelaide, about half the residents both bought instant coffee (exactly 50%) and frequented a cafe, (49%). That was the smallest difference between three categories in all the cities. And in three of the cities, half or more had purchased instant coffee; these were Hobart (54%), Brisbane (53%) and Adelaide (50%).

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