the choice of particular fast food chains
The pie chart presents the proportion of teenagers' preference for three fast food restaurants in Vietnam and Indonesia from 2017 to 2027.
In 2017, the percentage of teenagers eating at Burger King, McDonald's, and KFC in Vietnam were 52,8%, 43,1%, and 4,1% respectively. The figures showed that Burger King was the most preferred restaurant in Vietnam. However, the most popular restaurant in Indonesia was McDonald's chosen by 60,8% teenagers, followed by KFC and Burger King with respective percentages of 23,8% and 15,4%.
In the next 10 years, the proportion of teenagers choosing McDonald's in Vietnam is projected to rise by 14,3%, overtaking that of Burger Kings which is predicted to decrease by 13,8%. Meanwhile, the percentages of teenagers eating at KFC will show noticeable increases but remain being the lowest in Vietnam. By contrast, the preference of Indonesian teenagers for McDonald's will significantly reduce to less than 50%, but those for KFC and Burger King will show the reverse.
Overall, the percentage of teenagers choosing Burger King was initially the highest in Vietnam, while the most preferred fast food outlet in Indonesia was McDonald's. However, the latter is predicted to rapidly increase and eventually become the most popular restaurant in both countries.