The Table Below Gives Data on the Hour of Leisure Time Per
Year for People in Some Land.
The table illustrates the number of people who spend hours on free activities per year on some land.
Overall, it can be said that people from teens to 70+ spend more time watching TV or videos, while people utilize a small amount of time as leisure time on cinema.
Getting back to the details, teens spend 1,200 hours per year watching TV and videos, whereas per year, teens 100 hours spend on cinema. In socializing with 4 or fewer people and individual exercise, people who have an age of less than 20 spend 150 hours per year. Socializing with 4 or more people and group exercise accounted for 800 hours per year by teens, collectively. At the age of 20s and 30s, people spend 700 and 400 hours per year watching tv and videos, respectively. For the same activity, the 50s and 60s people made up 600 and 700 hours per year. Except for teens and 20s, people love to spend more time socializing with 4 or more people.
Moving ahead, the 60s and 70s age people, like to spend time on individual exercise and cinema, whereas they 0 hours utilize on group exercise. 50 hours per year spend on individual and group exercise by people who are living in the 50s. 20s people utilize more time on group exercise than individual exercise and cinema, whilst it is vice versa for 30s and 40s citizens.