The pie-charts illustrate the percentage of satisfied people who visited Edinburgh Zoo within one year before and after coupe of pandas were appeared. Overall, the total number of visitors and their satisfaction with the Zoo increased after introducing two pandas.
During the year before the pandas arrived 74.000 individuals came to see Edinburgh Zoo. The highest proportion accounted for those content with their visit at 40% and that figure remained the same in the year after pandas came. Then closely followed by disappointed citizens at 35%. The number of very pleased and very unhappy tourists made up 10% each of them, while those who did not respond to the survey constituted the lowest percentage at a mere 5%.
Turning to the year after adding pandas to Edinburgh Zoo, people who visited the museum numbered 82.000. The leading ratio stood for pleased visitors at 40%, followed by those very satisfied with the Zoo at 35%. 15% of individuals coming to see Zoo expressed their disenchantment with it, whereas very discontented visitors and those who gave no response to the survey became equal and represented the smallest percentages at 5% each.