The table gives a comparison of the quantity of guests at Edinburgh Zoo during the previous and the following year they brought in 2 pandas; as well as the report of an inquiry in which visitors were asked how satisfied they were with their tour of the zoo during the same period of time.
Overall, Between those two years, the number of visitors jumped up, the rate of satisfaction levels (very satisfied, satisfied, dissatisfied, very dissatisfied, and no response) shows a substantial increase in satisfaction of those visitors after the bears got into the Zoo.
In the year before the pandas arrive at the Zoo, it has been visited by 74.000 people; the percentage of satisfaction was: 10% of the guests who completed the survey were very satisfied, 40% reported that they were satisfied, 35% said they were dissatisfied, 10% stated that they were very dissatisfied and, only 5% of people did not complete the survey.
The following year when the two bears were the main attraction, the Zoo was visited by 82.000 people; visitors who completed the inquiry reported: 35% of respondents said that they were very satisfied, 40% stated that they were satisfied, 15% reported dissatisfied, and people who were very dissatisfied and those ones who did not respond the survey reported 5% respectively.
The number of people who visited the Edinburgh Zoo during the year after the pandas increased exactly 8.000 visitors; moving on to compare with the previous year, the percentage of high satisfaction has risen 25%, the moderate satisfaction remains the same in both years, the number of dissatisfied respondents was dropped in 20% after the pandas got into the Zoo, the minimal percentage of people dissatisfied, fell 5% since the bears entered while nonrespondents had kept a slight 5%.