BEST IELTS Academic Writing Task 1, 11th August

BEST IELTS Academic Writing Task 1, 11th August

ACADEMIC WRITING TASK 1

BEST IELTS Academic Writing Task 1, 11th August
BEST IELTS Academic Writing Task 1, 11th August

ACADEMIC WRITING TASK 1

The charts below show the popularity of different political parties in a country before and after the general election. The election was won by the Conservative Party and they formed a government with the Liberal Democrats.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

BEST IELTS Academic Writing Task 1, 11th August
BEST IELTS Academic Writing Task 1, 11th August

SAMPLE ANSWER: –

Analysis of the 3 pie-charts depicting electoral support for four main political parties in just over a year, dating from one month before the election, shows the electoral support fluctuated for all parties to a greater or lesser extent, throughout the given period.

The Conservatives who had a majority for the first 7 months, accounted for between nearly a half to well over a third of voters; support in the entire period. However, support for the Conservatives declined to over a third, 12 months after the election.

Another party that showed little fluctuation in electoral support in the initial 7-month period was the Green party. During this period the party maintained a constant 10% of electoral support. However this dropped by 50% to only 5%, 12 months after the election.

The only party to see significant gains in voters’ support over the 13-month period was the Labour party. Maintaining around quarter of the electoral vote from one month before the election, rising to over a third,12 months after the election.

The greatest fluctuation occurred in the number of the electorate who were ‘undecided’. Initially accounting for only 4% of the electorate, this figure increased to a quarter, 12 months after the election.

It would seen from the figures that support for the Lib-Dem/Conservative coalition declined after the election and numbers of ‘undecided’ voters increased possibly due to dissatisfaction with the government in power.

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