ichanpants89 [Contributor] 16 / 777 309 Jan 17, 2016 #1A breakdown of some alterations to the percentage of tourists to England who come to Brighton's four different attractions is illustrated in the line graph from 1980 to 2010. Overall, the aforementioned evidence describes that, over a 30-year period, Pavilion reached a higher peak than three other attractions in the middle of the pattern. Meanwhile, Festival attraction experienced a slight fluctuation then remained stable until the end of the period.There was a gradual growth in the proportion of tourists who visited Pavilion and Pier attractions in 1985, about 25% and 10% respectively. Furthermore, in 1995, Pavilion reached its peak at 50% in the percentage of tourists; however, Pier attraction witnessed a fluctuation. 2000 saw a significant decline in the proportion of tourists of Pavilion, while Pier experienced a slight fall. In the end of the period, Pavilion saw a gradual drop to approximately 30%, while Pier grew to its peak at roughly 21%.With regard of Art Gallery and Festival, 1985 witnessed a dramatic rise and a slight dip successively. Moreover, Art Gallery experienced a significant fall to 20% in 1990, and then continued to rise slightly in the following year, which led to a gradual fall in the end of the period. However, Festival saw a slight drop in 1995, and then continued to rise slightly in 2010, which remained unchanged until 2010.