The line graph compares changes in the rates of books was read by men and women over 3-year period. The data is measured in the number of books read. The most siginificant facts to emerge from the graph are that line for men dramatic increased, while the line for women in the first two years rose although in the last year experienced small fall.
In 2001, the number of books was read by men stood approximately at 3,000. Over the following 1 years, the level then rose gradually at 4,000 in 2012. Subsequently, starting in 2012, the rate of books read by men showed large growth, which hit a high roughly at 14,000 by the end of period.
In addition, the figure for women stood around at 4,500, then, it grew gradually in the first two years, which touched nearly at 10,000. However, in the last year, there was a slight decline in the number of books read by women, which hit around at 8,000. At the end of period, it also can be seen that the trend of books was read by men, finally, surpassed women.