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The charts illustrate the number of people who were affected by four types of noise pollution in day and night in cities and rural areas in 2007.


The bar charts compare how many people in urban and rural areas were influenced by four sources of noise pollution in day and night time. All data given was in 2007.

Overall, people in the cities affected by noise were more than those living in the countryside. Traffic is the main source of noise pollution.

The number of people affected by traffic noise in the daytime was 64 million in the city and 34 million in the countryside. At night, this value was 48 in the cities, which was double than that in the rural areas. In the daytime, the train noise affected 10 million urban people and 8 million residents in the countryside, which was slightly higher than the number people affected in the night in both areas, with 8 million and 6 million respectively.

The remaining sources affected urban and rural people was less significant. while aircraft noise influenced 4 million people in the urban, was twofold than the number of countryside people affected in the daytime. Meanwhile, in the nighttime, the value was the same in the cities and rural areas. In countryside, there was no one affected by noise from industrial activities as opposed to the number of urban residents experienced industrial noise was 1 million in the daytime and 0.25 million at night.

The bar charts compare how many people in urban and rural areas were disturbed / bothered influenced by four sources of noise pollution in day and night time. (Incomplete - what are the sources?) All data given was in 2007.

Overall, more people in the cities were affected by noise were more than those living in the countryside. Traffic is the main source of noise pollution.

The number of people affected by traffic noise in the daytime was 64 million in the city and 34 million in the countryside. At night, this value was 48 in the cities, which was double than that in the rural areas. In the daytime, the train noise affected 10 million urban people and 8 million residents in the countryside, which was slightly higher than the number of people affected in the night in both areas, with 8 million and 6 million respectively.

The remaining sources (aircraft and industrial noise) affected urban and rural people was less significantly. while daytime aircraft noise influenced (wrong word) 4 million people in the urban, (wrong usage - urban is an adjective) was twofold than twice the number of countryside people affected in the daytime. Meanwhile, in the nighttime, the value was the same in the cities and rural areas. In countryside, there was no one affected by noise from industrial activities as opposed to the number of urban residents experienced industrial noise was 1 million in the daytime and 0.25 million at night in the city.

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The bar charts compare how many people in urban and rural areas were bothered by four sources of noise pollution specifically traffic, train, aircraft and industry in day and night time. All data given was in 2007.

Overall, more people in the cities were affected by noise than those living in the countryside. Traffic is the main source of noise pollution.

The number of people affected by traffic noise in the daytime was 64 million in the city and 34 million in the countryside. At night, this value was 48 in the cities, which was double that in the rural areas. In the daytime, the train noise affected 10 million urban people and 8 million residents in the countryside, which was slightly higher than the number of people affected in the night in both areas, with 8 million and 6 million respectively.

The remaining sources (aircraft and industrial noise) affected urban and rural people less significantly. In the daytime, aircraft noise disturbed 4 million people in the urban areas, twice the number of countryside people. Meanwhile, in the nighttime, the value was the same in the cities and rural areas. In the countryside, there was no one affected by noise from industrial activities as opposed to 1 million in the daytime and 0.25 million at night in the city.

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The bar charts compare how many people in urban and rural areas were bothered by four sources of noise pollution specifically traffic, train, aircraft and industry in day and night time. All data is from given was in 2007.

Overall, more people in the cities were affected by noise than those living in the countryside. Traffic is the main source of noise pollution.

The number of people affected by traffic noise in the daytime was 64 million in the city and 34 million in the countryside. At night, this value was 48 million in the cities, which was double that in the rural areas. In the daytime, the train noise affected 10 million urban people and 8 million residents in the countryside, which was slightly higher than the number of people affected in the night in both areas, with 8 million and 6 million respectively.

The remaining sources (aircraft and industrial noise) affected urban and rural people less significantly. In the daytime, aircraft noise disturbed 4 million people in the urban areas, twice the number of countryside people. Meanwhile, in the nighttime, the value was the same in the cities and rural areas. In the countryside, there was no one affected by noise from industrial activities as opposed to 1 million in the daytime and 0.25 million at night in the city.