Percentage of British people giving money to charity by age range for the years 1990 and 2010




This chart show the information on the percentage of British people giving money to charity by the age range for the years 1990 and 2010.
The highest figure in this chart is the 42% of 36-50 age group who gave money to charity in 1990. Only 17% people from 18-25 age group did charitable donations in 1990. However, this figure falls to 7% for the British people age group of 18-25 in 2010. Similarly, the percentage of people from age group 26-35 declines to 24% in 2010 from 31% in 1990 and for 36-50 age group it decreases to 35% from 42% across the two years. The pattern across the two years is same before age group 50. After that it differs. Although more money given to charity in 1990 before age 50, there is a significantly increase in number of people after age group 50 in 2010. It rose to 39% from 35% and the pattern rests the same till age group above 65.

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