The comparison of Australian residents from three different birthplaces who visit zoo, library, theatre and cinema in the country is presented in the bar chart. What stands out form the data reveals that majority of people tend to choose the cinema as their most favourite place to be visited except for those who are born in non-English-speaking countries.
To begin, there is a big difference in the number of people who come to the two entertainment places, cinema and theatre. The cinema has the highest visitors from native Australians and new migrants from English-speaking countries at more than 60% while residents born in other countries prefer going to library most. On the contrary, theatre holds the records as the least place to be seen from all people in Australia at approximately a third from the cinema's visitor number.
Next, the rest places are zoo and library which are education spots in the state. The rate of people who come to these places has a similar point at approximately 42% or less. However, the highest number of people who visit the zoo and library is reached by the new incomers from English-speaking and non-English-speaking countries at 50% or more, respectively.