The given bar chart illustrates the percentages of inhabitants in the UK who love different sports surveyed in three separate nations from 1995 to 2005.
Overall, walking was the most popular sport whereas the percentage of people who love other sports witnessed fluctuations over the given three year period.
As can be seen from the given graph, in 1995 the figure for going jogging was the highest, with over 41%, follwed by the figures for nooker and tennis with 30% and 28%. Meanwhile, only around 24%, 22% and 18% people said they love swim, rugby, and golf respectively.
In the next 10 years, the figure for swim experienced ups and downs, rising dramatically to 29% in 2000 before declining slightly to 27% in 2005 whereas the trend for the figure of rugby was reverse, dropping below 20% in 2000 before reaching the same quantity as that of swim in 2005. In contrast, the figures for snooker and tennis witnessed a sharp decline to 23% and 22% in 2005 while the figure for going jogging increased steadily to 43%. Meanwhile , the figure stablized in the period surveyed.