The provided bar graph shows the age-specific patterns of daily internet usage in the UK between 2003 and 2006. Overall, the number of users increased across the board, with the youngest age group having the highest user rate.
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According to the graph, the percentage of internet users in the 16–24 age range did not drop below 80 in all of the four years. The rate reached 100 in 2005 but dropped by 10 the following year. Both the 25–44 and the 45–54 age groups shared a similar trend of daily internet usage.
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When the percentage of users in the young audience (ages 25 to 44) increased to 80 in 2006 from merely 50 in 2003, the percentage in the older age group also increased to 80 from 60.The number of internet users over 55 was lower than that of their younger counterparts. Except for 2006, the rate of users fell between the range of 30 and 35 for those between the ages of 55 and 64. Its rate increased to about 50 in 2006. However, among the oldest, the rate did not even reach 20 until 2006.
In conclusion, young adults in the UK accounted for the majority of internet usage.