some rights at an eligible ageThe figure shows the results of a survey of 1000 adolescents in five different countries. The participants were asked at what age they believed certain rights and responsibilities should be granted to young people.Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main feature.
The bar chart illustrates a result from a survey of a thousand teenagers conducted in five different countries about the eligible age that people can grant certain rights.
As can be seen clearly from the chart, the age for marriage and voting were over 15.
From the given data, Japanese and British juveniles agreed that the marrying age should be greater than 20, whereas the American's thought was 18 and the belief of Mexican and Egytian in this questionaire was 16. In term of voting, youngters from Japan opined that the suitable age was excactly 20. In contrast, the figures for the other four countries were under 20, with 18 for American and Egytian and 16 for British and Mexican.
As for the criminal accountabilities, Japanese adolesencts' conviction was 18. Both British annd Mexican shared the opinion of reasonable age which was 15. The age figures for the USA and Egypt were 12 and 14 respectively.Any suggestions are appreciated.