# The graph shows children by age group as a percentage of the young population in the United Kingdom between 1990 and 2001. v.1

The graph shows children by age group as a percentage of the young population in the United Kingdom between 1990 and 2001. v. 1

The line graph gives data on the proportion of children with respects to the total young population in the UK between 1990 and 2001. The proportion of children are categories in four age groups. Overall, the ratio of infants, between 0 to 4 years old, declined over the period while 10 to 14 years youngsters’ percentage increased in the UK.
As can be seen in the diagram, just over a quarter of the UK children was 15 to 19 years old in 1990 while a similar proportion was 0 to 4 years old at that time. Just over 24% of young British were between 5 to 9 years old while 23% of them were 10 to 14 years old. With an increase from 1990 to 1992, the proportion of infants kept on decreasing and in 2001 accounted for over 23% of total youth. With a steady slump till 1996, 15-19 years old constituted a quarter of young British in 2001.
Moving further, 10-14 years British dominated the young generation in the UK with a steady increase in their percentage in later years despite their least proportion in early years. Finally, 5-9 years British children were over 26% during 1995-1997 but their ratio declined and finally stood at just over 25% in 2001.

The line graph gives data on the

proportion

of

children

with respects to the total

young

population in the UK between 1990 and 2001. The

proportion

of

children

are

categories in four age groups.

Overall

, the ratio of infants,

between 0 to 4

years

old

, declined

over

the period while 10 to 14 years youngsters’ percentage increased in the UK.

As can be

seen

in the diagram,

just

over

a quarter of the UK

children

was 15 to 19 years

old

in 1990 while a similar

proportion

was 0 to 4 years

old

at that time.

Just

over

24% of

young

British were

between 5 to 9

years

old

while 23% of them were 10 to 14 years

old

. With an increase from 1990 to 1992, the

proportion

of infants

kept

on decreasing and in 2001 accounted for

over

23% of total youth. With a steady slump till 1996, 15-19 years

old

constituted a quarter of

young

British in 2001.

Moving

further

, 10-14 years British dominated the

young

generation in the UK with a steady increase in their percentage in later years despite their least

proportion

in early years.

Finally

, 5-9 years British

children

were

over

26% during 1995-1997

but

their ratio declined and

finally

stood at

just

over

25% in 2001.

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