The line graph below shows the percentage of tourists to England who visited four different attractions in Brighton
A breakdown of the England visitors percentage who visited Brighton attractions between 1980 and 2010 as a projected year, a 3-decade period, is highlighted in the line graph. Overall, all of the figures fluctuated markedly over the span, unless for festival. In any case, two attractions rose in their guests while the others saw the reverse.
Pavilion and pier were the attractions accuring an increse rate in Briton during the period. In 1980, pavilion stood its rate at a quarter, while pier was the lowest rank with just one in ten. In the next 15 years, pavilon's visitors reached a peak at 48% and suddenly decreased to 30%. Otherwise, peir steadily incresed to 22% as its peak over the span.
The last two figures which experienced decline proportion were festival and art gallery. These number tood at 30% and just over a fifth respectively. While the festival only dropped in a slightly decrease by nearly 2%, art galery witnessed the reverse by 14% reduction.