The pie charts below gives the information about percentages of visitors who made visits to Edinburgh Zoo with different levels of satisfaction and total figures for visitors in two separate years before and after introduction of two pandas.
Overall, it can be seen from the charts , the total number of people who visited the Zoo increased dramatically after new arrivals of Zoo animals ,while percentage of guests who were very satisfied rose steadily after the year of pandas. Other categories of visitors who were dissatisfied and very dissatisfied decreased remarkably ,whereas satisfied and no response group of people showed no any noticeable changes.
Looking into more detail, very satisfied people were by far the biggest group who made up the figures in remarkable proportions reaching at 35% starting from just at 10% of Zoo visits, a 25% of growth in visitors .By contrast, another obvious shift can be noted in dissatisfied and very dissatisfied catogery of people after introduction of pandas ,reducing their figures to 15% and 5% starting from the year before pandas at 35% and 10% respectively.
Most surprisingly, the proportions of Zoo lovers who were satisfied with Edinburgh Zoo and the people who did not have any response remained constant during both years at 40% and 5% respectively. The increase of total number of people were around 82,000 after year of pandas in comparison with 74,000 zoo aspirants in the year before the pandas .