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The line graph compares how men and women smoked in Someland between 1960 and 2000.

Overall, there was an opposite trend between the rate of men and that of women, with rates of men witnessing the most dramatic decline while that of women experienced a gradual rise. In addition, the figure for men was the highest during the years examined.

The rate of males smoking started at 600 people per 1000 people, after which it experienced a decrease to 500 people per 1000 people in 1975. About 100 women per 1000 people smoked in 1960, with a subsequent increase before reaching 300 females smoking per 1000 people in 1975.

The figure for the rate of men smoking continuously decreased in 5 following years, before ending the period at the north of 200 males per 1000 people in 2000. A similar change can be seen in the rate of women smoking, but to a lesser extent, which decreased slightly from 300 in 1975 to 200 women per 1000 people in 2000.

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The line graph compares how men and women smoked the proportions of male and female smokers in Someland between 1960 and 2000.

Overall, [ 1] there was an opposite trend between the rate of men and that of women, with rates of the rate of men smokers witnessing the most dramatic declined, while that of women rose. experienced a gradual rise. In addition, the figure graph for men was higher than the graph for women throughout those years. the highest during the years examined.

The rate of males smoking started at 60% in 1960, 600 people per 1000 people, after which it experienced a gradual but steady decrease to around 25% by the end of that period. [ 2] 500 people per 1000 people in 1975. About 100 women per 1000 people smoked in 1960, with a subsequent increase before reaching 300 females smoking per 1000 people in 1975.

The figure for the rate of men smoking continuously decreased in 5 following years, before ending the period at the north of 200 males per 1000 people in 2000. A similar change can be seen in the rate of women smoking, but to a lesser extent, which decreased slightly from 300 in 1975 to 200 women per 1000 people in 2000.

In contrast, the proportion of women smokers was only around 9% in the initial year. It then jumped to almost 20% five years later, and stayed around that level until 1970. It shot up again over the subsequent five years to reach a high of about 31% by 1975. It plateaued at that level for the following five years, but then started decreasing very slightly and dipped below 30% in 1990. After that, it fell more substantially, and by the year 2000, it had reached exactly 20%.

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[ 1]: The overall section should be as concise as possible.

[ 2]: That graph (about the men) is straightforward. There is no need to complicate it or write more about it than is necessary. It is the women’s graph that is more interesting.

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