The bar chart demonstrates the proportion of different elements contributing to companies’ success basing on interviewing the European and American citizens.
Overall, it is noticeable that the interviewed participants from two religions held different views about factors facilitating the business goals. However, most of them agreed that the type of business played an important part in companies’ achievement.
The European supposed that type of business was the key factor leading to a successful business, making up 39%. This was followed by personality of the director, overall economy and political situation, at 22%, 20% and 18%, respectively. The smallest figure was for external factors, at just 6%.
In the meantime, the American judged that the role of personality of the director and type of business determined up to 38% whether a company succeeded or not. While 19% of corporation’s accomplishment stemmed from overall economy, external factors and political situation just accounted for under 6% of elements fostering companies’ position.