Is this description correct?
According to the table, it is clearly seen that car use prevails in all represented countries. The leader in the group is Canada with 90 percent of journeys made by cars. The last place in this category is the Netherlands with almost twice less car use.
I'm particularly interested in the phrases in bold. Is it ok to say 'the leader in the group'? 'The last place in this category is...'? 'Twice less' definitely sounds odd, but I'm not sure how to rephrase it.
Will appreciate any help.