The chart shows the information relating to people within 15-minute drive service in a particular region in UK. It also compares the people living in urban areas and people living in rural areas. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information given below.



-[Harpreet Singh Dhillon]
The given bar chart compares the access to medical, educational and postal services by the

city and countryside people during a specific region within the uk . Overall, it can be

seen that nearly all urban people are within fifteen-minute drive to all or any these mentioned

services.



Cent-percent urban and rural people have access to medical facilities. They are all within

fifteen minutes drive to a doctor. Similarly, secondary school can be reached within 15

minutes by all residents of villages and cities. All city people have a post office in their

propinquity. However, five per cent of villagers need to drive quite fifteen minutes to

avail postal services. The biggest discrepancy lies in primary school facilities. Only sixty five

percent of villagers have a grade school within 1 / 4 of an hour drive, where because the

remaining, approximately, one third inhabitants of countryside need to drive their children

to far-off schools.



Overall, the agricultural and concrete communities have similar access to medical, postal and

secondary school facilities but only a few third of villagers don't live on the brink of a primary

school.

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