The Chart Below Shows the Results of a Survey About People’s Coffee and Tea

Lilie King
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March 24, 2021

The chart below shows the results of a survey about people’s coffee and tea buying and drinking habits in five Australian cities.

Summerise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

This essay question is from Cambridge IELTS 15 Test 1 Writing Task 1.

Coffee and tea buying and drinking habits in five cities in Australia

the chart below shows the results of a survey about people’s coffee and tea

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Sample Essay

The bar graph displays the data collected in a survey about the coffee and tea buying and drinking habits of residents in five cities in Australia in the last four weeks.

Overall, in all the cities except Adelaide, more people went to a cafe for coffee or tea than bought instant or fresh coffee. In Adelaide, going to a cafe and buying instant coffee were almost equally common.

Most residents in Melbourne, Hobart, Sydney, and Brisbane visited a cafe for coffee or tea, at approximately 64%, 63%, 62%, and 55% respectively, whereas just under half of residents in Adelaide did so. These five cities also had roughly half of residents purchasing instant coffee, and the figures in Hobart and Brisbane were almost 55%.

In comparison, the proportion of people who bought fresh coffee was never as high as 45% in any of the five cities, with those in Brisbane and Adelaide, both at nearly 35%, less likely than those in the other three cities to do so. (167 Words)

How to Avoid Repeating “Last 4 Weeks”

Make sure to include ‘last four weeks’ in your introduction paragraph. Once you establish the context, you don’t need to repeat ‘last four weeks’ again and again in the rest of your essay.

How to Write the Overview

In your overview paragraph, you can simply point out the biggest categories in each of the five cities. In Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Hobart, “went to a cafe for coffee” is the biggest category, while in Adelaide both “went to a cafe” and “bought instance coffee” are the biggest categories.

How to Select Data

The category “went to a cafe for coffee” is very important because it has the biggest figures. So, I included all five figures in this category.

The category “bought instant coffee” is less important, so I only singled out the two biggest figures in this category, which are the figures for Hobart and Brisbane.

“Bought fresh coffee” is the smallest category. So, for this category, the figures for Brisbane and Adelaide are the most important because they are the two smallest.

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  1. The chart displays the outcomes of the survey by asking many individuals’ coffee and ten purchasing and consuming practices in five Australian cities. Overall, majority of customers who drink coffee is considerably high compared to purchasing, in which a moderate number of people who buy fresh coffee is noticed.

    In term of purchasing fresh coffee in previous 4 weeks, two cities such as Brisbane and Adelaide account for a less percentage with 31% each compared to other countries, whereas there is shy just of 45% in Syndey, mid 40% in Melbourne, as well as over 35% in Hobart. In contrast, Brisban and Adelaide are second and third highest cities, which instant coffee purchased in last 4 weeks, around 53% and 50% respectively, whereas 46% in Melbourne, and 45% in Syndey, the lowest purchase, but the purchasing rate of residents in Hobart marks the highest by 63%.

    Similarly, majority of coffee and tea customers in Hobart contribute to over 65% (the highest among five countries), follow by Malborne with 62%, and Sydney with 60%. Compared to those three, people in another two countries less enjoy coffee and tea with 50% and 55% in Adelaide and Brisbance respectively.

  2. The charts illustrates the outcome of a survey about the pattern of buying and enjoying both coffee and tea in five Australian cities. Almost all the cities went to a cafeteria, except for Adelaide rather than buying fresh or instant coffee.
    In a four week period, Sydney has a percentage of 40% who bought coffee freshly, and exactly 45% choose instant coffee. In Melbourne the rates are similar as well where over 40% choose to buy fresh coffee and close to 50% went with instant. Comparatively, in Brisbane the percentage of people who bought fresh coffee is lower at almost 35%, but surprisingly consumers for instant coffee is over 50%. Same trend is noticeable for Adelaide as well, where fresh coffee is favoured by less than 35% where instant is approximately by 50%. Hobart is also following this pattern although with slightly bigger numbers at over 35% and 55% respectively for freshly bought and instant.
    In terms of going to coffee to indulge the coffee, most of the cities have higher numbers except for Adelaide. Less than 50% population chose to be in a cafeteria there. On the other hand, the other city’s population preferred to be in a cafeteria which have a range of almost 55% to close to 65%.

  3. Nice summarization ! Can you please give me tips on writing ? l am not sure l will be able to write good. What things should l give special attention while writing ?

  4. Please check mine!!
    The bar diagram reviews the proportion of Australian people of five Australian cities : Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Hobart who take coffee and tea from cafe and bought fresh instant coffee in last 4 weeks.
    All-embracing, its quite most popular in all 5 Australian cities to go to a cafe for having coffee and tea, in contrast, Australian people are semed unenthusiastic comparatively, specially in Brisbane and Adelaide.
    By scrutinising the graph meticulously, we can see that almost 50% of the residents in every City seek coffee or tea in the cafe. Likewise, in Sydney Melbourne and Hobart Cafe are more popular comparatively than in Brisbane and Adelaide. On the other hand, inhabitants from Brisbane and Hobart seem more comfortable buying instant coffee is as around 52% n 54% of them bought consecutively. Astonishingly, Adelaide’s people look almost equally same in buying instant coffee and going to Cafe.
    Analysing the chart drastically again, it’s obvious that residence from every cities are less tend to buy fresh coffee because nearly 33% and 34% of the proportion bought fresh coffee in Brisban and Adelaide respectively, even in every cities no more than 45% of them bought fresh coffee.

  5. The provided bar chart reveals the outcomes of a survey on how Australians purchase and consume coffee and tea in five different cities in Australia.
    Overall, the proportion of Australians buying instant coffee in the last 4 weeks is generally increasing constantly, while those doing other remaining habits experienced fluctuations in other countries.
    The percentage of people from Sydney buying fast coffee accounted for around 45% in the last four weeks, whereas in Melbourne it went up to nearly 50%. Similarly, residents of Brisbane City showed a slightly increased proportion of people who bought fast coffee and tea throughout the last four weeks, almost reaching 55%; this proportion decreased by 5 percentage points in Adelaide, meaning that every second resident purchased instant coffee and tea during the last four weeks. Then this figure rose by around 5 percentage points in Hobart in the last four weeks.
    The proportion of people going to the cafe’ for tea or coffee in Sydney constituted over 60%, which means around three-fifths of residents in Sydney went to the cafe’ for tea or coffee over the last four weeks. Meanwhile, the proportion depicts a slight growth of approximately 65% in Melbourne in the last four weeks, reaching a chart high of other cities, after which the remaining proportion of people purchasing coffee and tea from the cafe’ showed a notable decrease of 55%, while the percentage increased again in Hobart to the similar rates of people who went to a cafe for coffee or tea in Melbourne during the last four-week period.
    Those buying fresh coffee in Sydney and Melbourne made up almost similar percentages of slightly below 45; in contrast, the proportion of residents in Brisbane and Adelaide accounted for almost the same percentage of 35%, while in Hobart, this figure showed a slight growth of near 40% of people who bought fresh coffee during the last four weeks.

  6. This bar chart illustrates the findings of a survey regarding the individual’s purchase and consumption habits of tea and coffee in 5 distinct regions of Australia in the past 4 weeks. Overall, a greater percentage of people preferred going to a café for tea and coffee. Moreover, only a few people showed interest in buying fresh coffee from the market.
    In Sydney, about 62% residents opted to have a coffee or tea in the nearby cafeteria in comparison to the 43% individuals who preferred buying fresh coffee. Similarly, in Melbourne and Brisbane, the majority of the citizens preferred going to café (63% vs 55.5% respectively) in contrast to those who went on to purchase fresh coffee (43% vs 34%).
    Turning to Adelaide and Hobart locals, nearly 50% of the earlier ones opted to buy instant coffee with almost the same number of people going to a café, while for the latter case, a greater proportion of tenants, accounting for 63% of citizens chose the café option over the other two options.
    Altogether, a greater proportion of residents in almost every part went to a café to have tea or coffee in the past month.

  7. The chant shows the drinking and buying habits of tea and coffee in five different cities in Australia. The residents horizontal axis is labeled with the names of 어 the cities and the vertical axis shows the percentage of residents in the cities possessing a specific habit. The bare “diagram is labelled into 3 groups which are bought fresh coffee, bought instant coffee & and went to a cafe for coffee or tea. All the groups were anta analyzed on the basis of observation in the last 4 weeks.

    In this chart, most of the residents are -found going to cafe for coffee or tea. Over 60%, of residents of Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart wernt to cafe for Coffee or tea. Whereas it was below 57% for Brisbane and Adelaide.

    Interestingly, Adilade had almost half of the residents either buying instant coffee or going to cafe for coffee or tea. But in Brisbane and Hobart, over 50% of people bought instant coffee. This percentage is less than 50% for Melbourne and Sydney.

    Another fact is in Brisbane and Adelaide the same percentage of residents had bought fresh coffee which was less than 35%. But this exceeded 40% for Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart.

  8. “The bar graph illustrates the proportion of residents in five Australian cities about coffee and tea buying and drinking habit based on a survey in the last four weeks.” Can you tell me if this one is ok or not?

  9. The bar chart reveals the results of a survey about peoples’ habits of drinking coffee and tea among 5 different Australian cities in the latest 4 weeks.

    Instant coffee was always more popularised than fresh coffee in all the 5 cities, however people were more likely to visit cafe for coffee and tea instead of Adelaide, where more people preferred instant coffee. Melbourne was the city with the greatest proportion of people who went to cafe while Adelaide had the least. Adelaide was also the only city that its percentage of people who bought instant coffee outnumbered those who went to cafe. People in Brisbane loved instant coffee that they had the least percentage of people who bought fresh coffee in the last two couples of weeks.

    About 64% of people from Melbourne had gone to cafe in the last 4 weeks, which was the most among the 5 cities. The other two cities with more than 60% cafe-goers were Hobart, slightly less than that of Melbourne, and Sydney, about 61%. Hobart was also the city with the highest percentage of people, which was 54% of them purchased instant coffee instead of the fresh one. Brisbane and Adelaide were another two cities with 50% or more people who bought instant coffee in the last 4 weeks.

    Brisbane, Adelaide and Hobart were the three cities where the percentage of people who purchased instant coffee significantly outnumbered those who bought fresh coffee, both cities with less than 40% of people who preferred fresh coffee.

  10. Hello there
    Thanks for sharing your essay and tips. I have a few questions.
    – Could we use “during last month” instead of the last four weeks?
    – Based on Liz (IELTS Liz) we’d better not use more than 2 quantities for “respectively structure” in order not to confuse the examiner for giving too much data to check. Yours has many, is that fine?
    – You’ve used “residents” many times through essay, is that okay or we should replace them with proper synonyms?
    Thanks in advance

    1. Hi Bruce, sorry for the late reply.
      – What if the period began in the middle of one month and ended in the middle of the next month? Would you call this time period ‘last month’?
      – I used “respectively” only once.
      – At 16:38 of this video, I talk about how trying too hard to paraphrase can cause you to lose marks.

  11. Hi Lilie,
    Hope you are doing well.

    Can we use the words like
    “more people showed a tendency for sth”
    or “have a more desire for”
    or”people prefer more …”
    in this type of report as they show people’s preferences?

    Also, can we point out in the introduction “In addition, people in all cities having less craving for fresh coffee than any of other types of drinking habits.”?

    Best regards,

    1. Hi, thanks for your comments.

      1. No, we shouldn’t use words that you suggested. Consider people who have a habit of getting up late. You don’t know if they prefer or have a desire to do so. Maybe they actually want to get up early.

      2. No, “craving” is not appropriate here.

  12. Could you give me a mark for my essay?
    The given bar chart illustrates information about the habits of 5 Australian citizens purchasing and drinking coffee and tea in the last four weeks.
    Overall, it is evident that the total amount of citizens was more willing to consume coffee or tea in a café rather than buying fresh or instant coffee during the last four weeks, except Adelaide. Among cities, most residents have coffee or tea in a café in Melbourne.
    More than 40% of residents bought fresh coffee last month in Sydney and Melbourne, at 44% and 42%, respectively. While more than 35% of citizens purchased fresh coffee in the previous four weeks, there is a constant percentage of people living in Brisbane and Adelaide, less than 35%.
    More than 45% of residents in all cities enjoyed instant coffee within the last four weeks. The highest proportion in Hobart is drinking instant coffee, with roundly 54%, while approximately 53% national in Brisbane consumed it. The consumption of instant coffee is a half population in Adelaide. Less than 50% population in Sydney and Melbourne enjoyed instant coffee.
    More than 60% population drinks coffee or tea in 3 cities, including Melbourne, Hobart and Sydney. They are 64%, 63% and 61%, separately. While drinking in a café is slightly higher than enjoying instant coffee in Brisbane, Adelaide is the only city in which citizens prefer instant coffee rather than revelling in a café.

  13. The bar graph provided information about coffee and tea buying and drinking habits based on a survey of residents in five cities in Australia in the last four weeks.
    The data collected illustrated the comparison of consumption habits of coffee in several categories: “went to a cafe for coffee and tea”, “Bought fresh coffee” and “Bought instant coffee”. The survey was taken in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Hobart city of Australia.
    Overall, where most cities vastly preferred going to cafeterias to drink coffee or tea rather than purchasing them, fresh coffee consumers were consistently the lowest among the citizens of all the cities.
    We can see that the result of “went to a cafe for coffee and tea” was the most popular category and exceeded more than half of the respondents with 56%-63% of the variance.
    The percentage of instant coffee buying habits was the middle category of interest with approximately between 44%-54% of the variance while the lowest of interest categories was “Bought fresh coffee” with a trend between 34%-44% of the variance.

  14. Hey, could you please give my essay a band score on Cambridge 15 Test 1, Task 1:

    The bar graph depicts data of a questionnaire about the public’s coffee and tea purchasing and consuming habits over the last month in five distinct cities in Australia.

    Overall, where most cities largely preferred going to cafeteria to drink coffee or tea rather than purchasing them, fresh coffee consumers were consistently the lowest amongst the citizens of all the cities.

    Sydney and Melbourne followed a similar trend, where instant coffee purchases were slightly more than those of fresh coffee, but cafe visitors for such drinks were still the highest at a mere 62 percent. Brisbane and Adelaide showed the least amount of interest in consumption of fresh coffee at just below 35 percent, with Hobart at a close second at around 38%. Moreover, Hobart and Brisbane had the highest discrepancy between fresh and instant coffee drinkers. Finally, Adelaide was the only city that had instant coffee purchasers slightly more than cafe visitors.

  15. The bar chart compares choice of Australian citizen’s of five cities with regards to buying or drinking habit of coffee and tea in the last four weeks.
    It is noticeable from the graph that people mostly preferred going out to a cafe for drinking tea or coffee. Also, in all the cities people were least likely to buy fresh coffee.
    In terms of going to a cafe, more than 60% people in the city of Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart went a cafe for drinking coffee or tea in the last one month, whereas the figures for the Brisbane and Adelaide were nearly 55% and 50% respectively. Interestingly, nearly half of the residents of Adelaide either bought instant coffee for drink or went to a cafe.
    Among the five Australian cities, around 45-48% citizens of Sydney and Melbourne bought instant coffee, while the figure for Hobart was around 38% and almost a third of the people in the Brisbane and Adelaide chose the same. Almost 55% of the residents of Hobart bought instant coffee, and the figures for Adelaide and Brisbane was about 50%, while the figures for other cities were less than 50

  16. The bar graph illustrates Australians’ buying and drinking habits of tea and coffee. The data is derived from a survey in five metropolises in Australia.
    Overall, going to a cafe is by far the most popular choice in almost all cities, while buying fresh coffee is the least preferred.
    In all the cities, people didn’t prefer buying a coffee that is freshly made, which is depicted by the fact that only 44% of surveyors in Sydney said they had bought such a coffee in the past 4 weeks, highest among all the cities. Instant coffee was a far more lucrative choice, with as many as 54% of people in Hobart preferring it. However, nothing was as popular as going out to a cafe and drinking coffee over there. As many as 64% of people Melbourne and Hobart reported, with at least half in every city.
    The general trend of the data, which is from fresh to instant to going out, was not followed in Adelaide. Here, people had no preference between going out and buying instant coffee, which is reflected by about half the people reporting both ways.

  17. The chart provides information on the habits of buying and drinking coffee and tea by Australian citizens in five towns. The research compares the consumers attitudes during four weeks.

    Overall, the habit of purchasing fresh coffee is less common in all cities, while the habit of going to a café shop is the more usual. The first attitude is under 50% in all cities and the latter above 49%. Yet the action of buying instant coffee is between 45% and 49%.

    We can see that the results of Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart follow the common trends. First, many dwellers went to a cafe, approximately 61, 64 and 63 per cent respectively. Then, the option for buying coffee fluctuates between 38% and 54%.

    By contrast, there was more appearance in the trends of Brisbane and Adelaine towns. The difference between buying instant coffee or going to a cafe is less than 3%. Already, the attitude of purchasing fresh coffee represents 34% for both cities.

  18. The bar chart illustrates the portion of residents in five different cities in Australia, who bought and drank coffee and tea during four weeks, using the data of a survey.
    In general, for all cities except for Adelaide, higher portion of people have gone for a café to have a coffee or tea, while all other cities accounted a lower percentage for purchasing fresh coffee. However, only for Adelaide, coffee buying and going for café has become a similar portion.
    For city Hobort,it depicts a significant difference between the people who had bought fresh and instant coffee.For Brisbane,one-third of people have bought fresh coffee ,while nearly half of people have purchased coffee. In addition, portion of resident who have bought coffee in Sydney and Melbourne have become same which is around 40%.
    Furthermore,Sydney,Melbourn and Horbot present a higher portion of people ,around 60% who had gone for a café while ,both people who live in both Adelaid and Brisbane indicate nearly a half of portion.

  19. Hi Lili,
    Could I have your comments for Writing Task 1?

    The bar chart demonstrates how often residents in different Australian cities were used to buy and drink coffee or tea in last four weeks.
    It can be clearly seen from given data that ‘went to café ‘and ‘bought fresh coffee ‘were the most and least popular habits, although ‘bought instant coffee’ gained approximately similar popularity in all cities.
    ‘went to a café’ was the most frequent habit to drink overall, with just over 60% in Melbourne, Hobart ,and Sydney, around 55% in Brisbane, and just only under 50% in Adelaide. However, Adelaide was accounted for the only city which its citizens preferred marginally more ‘instant coffee’ to ‘went to a café’. In contrast, people showed the least tendency toward to buy fresh coffee, with a minority of citizens in these five cities drinking it. Roughly just over two fifths of residents in Sydney and Melbourne, 37% of people in Hobart, and slightly over one third of dwellers in Adelaide spent on fresh coffee.
    ‘Instant Coffee’, on the hand, was purchased by more or less half of people, becoming the most chosen drinking after ‘went to a café’ option. Sydney and Hobart had the most and least buyers of instant coffee, with about a little above 45% and just under 55% respectively. Meanwhile, Buying fresh coffee and instant coffee were equally common, about 45%, in Sydney.

  20. Hey dear can you check this please.

    The bar graph illustrates the percentage of city residents’ survey consequences about coffee and tea purchasing as well as drinking habits in Australia’s five major cities.
    Overall, the biggest percentage of people in Australians five major cities bought coffee or tea in a cafe except for Adelaide whereas the least proportion of citizens purchased fresh coffee in all the five major towns. However, Hobart was the primary city for buying coffee and tea.
    In terms of Sydney and Melbourne, residents in Sydney bought more coffee or tea in a cafe was about 60%, this figure, then went up and reached an all-time high of 64% in Melbourne. Likewise, Sydney and Melbourne’s citizens bought instant coffee above 45%. However, those purchasing fresh coffee was less than 45% in Sydney and the figure, then slight decreased to about 43% in Melbourne.
    With regards to the remaining cities, the largest percentage of people in Hobart drank tea or coffee at a cafe which accounted for 63%, followed by Brisbane and Adelaide, at approximately 56% and 49% respectively. At the same time, around 53% of people in Brisbane and Hobart chose to buy instant coffee, compared to nearly 50% of those in Adelaide. Finally, a close similarity can be seen in the percentage of people buying fresh coffee in Brisbane and Adelaide, at around 34%, while Hobart’s figure was higher, at roughly 38%.

  21. All the writing examples in your blog only get the band 7? I am afraid that I can not get the writing answer as well as yours.

    1. Hi, Mike, all the essays on this site were improved by native speakers so they are far better than what I wrote in my real exams.

  22. Hi Lilie! I strongly like your writing style that clearly stated and simple. If you have online courses, I will be very grateful to take part in.

  23. The given chart illustrates consequences of search about purchasing and drinking coffee and tea by people who live in five different cities of Australia.
    It can be seen that, there is no big difference between percentages of these regions buying and drinking coffee or tea. Visiting coffee formed higher percentage in Melbourne and Hobart than others while the smallest percentage was buying instant coffee.
    According to the results of survey, the citizens who live in Hobart visiting to cafe for coffee was more than 63% in last 4 weeks. The percentages of Melbourne in this category was almost the same as Hobart. Also, Sydney stays in third place by that category, about 61% In Adelaide, people went to cafe to drink or buy coffee and tea less than other regions, around 50% of city residents.
    Buying fresh coffee was much fewer than other categories in all five cities. The biggest percentage was under 40% while the smallest one was a little bit fewer than 35%. In Brisbane and Adelaide had the same percentages by this category(around 35%) Buying instant coffee formed almost the same results around 50%. The biggest one was about 50% while smallest percentage was 45% in Hobart and Sydney respectively.

  24. The bar chart displays the outcome of a questionary about people’s coffee and tea buying and drinking activities in five Australian cities.
    Overall, going to a cafe is accounts for the largest proportion almost in all cities, followed by buying instant coffee and fresh coffee.
    In Melbourne and Hobart about 63% of city residents, which is the largest percentage among others, went to a cafe in the last 4 weeks while roughly 60% and 55% of citizens did the same activity in Sydney and Brisbane respectively. By contrast, only in Adelaide getting instant coffee was more popular than visiting a cafe.
    Buying instant coffee seems to reflect almost the same pattern. In Hobart, about 54% of people preferred instant coffee, approximately 53% in Brisbane, and about 48% and 45% in Melbourne and Sydney respectively.
    However, in buying fresh coffee the reverse is true. In Sydney, 44% would have liked to get fresh coffee while in Hobart only 37%

  25. The graph illustrates the different ways of purchasing and consuming tea and coffee in 5 cities around Australia in the last 4 weeks.
    It’s clearly noticeable that most people in those mentioned cities, had gone to a caffe for the purpose of buying coffee or tea in the last 4 weeks, while the least favorite option for residents, is buying fresh coffee.
    First taking Sydney, more than 60% of the city population had gone to a café for coffee or tea in the last 4 weeks. Adding to that, the percentage of people who bought fresh or instant coffee in the last 4 week in Sydney is quite close with numbers between 43% and 47%. Moving to Melbourne where we have the highest percentage of people who went to café with a percentage of 63%. Moreover, people in Brisbane and Adelaide tends less to buy fresh coffee with numbers between 33% and 34 %, but the number rise dramatically in the percentage of people who bought instant coffee and went to café. Furthermore, Adelaide has the lowest percentage in the people who drink or buy coffee or tea with numbers between 33% and 50 %. Next, in Hobart, the numbers climb again with the highest percentage of instant coffee buyers, about 54%.

  26. The bar chart compares the proportion of Australians’ buying and drinking habits on 2 kinds of beverages among five cities, namely, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Hobart, over the past 4 weeks.

    It is clear that the residents in Melbourne had the highest tendency to visit a cafe for either coffee or tea in the previous 4 weeks. It is also noticeable that a significantly higher amount of Australians purchased instant coffee over fresh coffee, among the 5 cities shown above.

    Melbourne has the highest portion of citizens visiting a cafe for tea or coffee in the last 4 weeks, at around 63%. The figures for Sydney and Hobart were slightly lower than Melbourne, at approximately 60%. Similarly, around 55% of Brisbane citizens went for tea or coffee at the same period. By contrast, the smallest proportion of people who went to a cafe was seen in Adelaide, at about 50%.

    Instant coffee has higher popularity than fresh coffee amongst all the 5 Australian cities. In particular, the greatest differences between the portion of people selecting the 2 types of coffee was seen in Brisbane, Adelaide, and Hobart, differing by around 17%. By contrast, people in Sydney and Melbourne projected the least differences between choosing fresh coffee and instant coffee, contrasting by around 1% and 5% respectively.

  27. The provided bar chart represents, the five different cities residents in Australia purchasing and drinking tea and coffee percentage wise under three categories in last month.
    According to the given percentage that, went to a cafeteria for having some coffee or tea were dominated four cities. As well, for the fresh coffee has low demand in last month.
    Turning to the details, in Melbourne, Hobart and Sydney were the mostly popular for consumption coffee or tea in a snack bar which is 63%, 62% and 61% respectively. On the other hand, Brisbane (53%) and Hobart (54%) were the highest contribution of the instant coffee among the Australian people. In comparison, the percentage of brought instant coffee and went to the coffee shop for tea or coffee were remained stable at 50%.although, brought fresh coffee in Brisbane and Adelaide were stayed at the same level (35%).
    In conclusion, Australian peoples were notably enjoyed for drinks coffee or tea in a cafe while least demand for the brought fresh coffee at Australia in last month

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