The proportion of buyers and drinkers of coffee and tea in five Australian cities, which is calculated based on their habit in the past month, is depicted in the given bar graph.
Overall, it is clear that the rate of those who visit a café for having either tea or coffee is higher than those who buy fresh or instant coffee.
It is clear from the chart that the habit of going to the café is more popular in cities, except Adelaide. In this city, the rate of those who do so is just under half of its total population, and is slightly less than those who buy instant coffee. Meanwhile, in all the other cities, the average proportion of city-dwellers who have this habit is almost 60.
However, the city in which instant coffee buying is most popular is Hobart. Nearly 55% of its population have this habit, which is around 3% more than the Brisbane’s. In Melbourne and Sydney too, where most fresh coffee buyers are there, the trend of buying instant coffee is popular (45 and 48% respectively). In these cities the proportions of those who buy fresh coffee are 43 and 44 respectively, whereas it is bought least in both Adelaide and Brisbane (under 35%).