Average Weekly Household Expenditure by Region, 2007-2009

Average weekly household expenditure by region, 2007-2009. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

Average weekly household expenditure by region, 2007-2009

The given bar chart depicts information about how much household spending has been done on a weekly basis by ten distinct cities between 2007 and 2009.

Overall it can be clearly seen that London had the largest number and the majority of household expenditure was done by it, although the opposite was true for North East which was nearly 400.

To begin with, the average weekly spending was just over 450 pounds. The household expenditure in London was approximately 550, which was the highest number, and England had almost 100 pounds less than that. But in the southeast and Southwest, the spending was about 520 and 480 respectively, while a slide difference could be seen in the East.

An- in-depth analysis shows the North East had the least number among all regions, which was below 400. For west and east midlands, northwest, and York Shine, the expenses were equal to or more than 400.

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