?

AP® Statistics

Free Version

Upgrade subject to access all content

Easy

Getting to Work: Comparing Boston and Chicago

APSTAT-MNZXSU

A large company has regional offices in Boston and Chicago. Recently, the personnel department at each location surveyed employees to determine the modes of transportation that employees use to get to work. The results of the survey are shown in the side-by-side bar graph below.

Created for Albert.io. Copyright 2016. All rights reserved.

Which of the following statements is NOT indicated by the graph?

A

The percentage of employees who get to work by car is greater in Chicago than in Boston.

B

The percentage of employees who take public transportation to work is lower in Chicago than in Boston.

C

In both cities a greater percentage of employees walk to work than bike to work.

D

In Chicago, the percentage of employees who get to work by public transportation is about half that of those who get to work by car.

E

The number of people who use other modes of transportation to get to work is just a little higher in Boston than in Chicago.