The chart below gives information about how families in one country spent their weekly income in 1968 and in 2018. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make relevant comparisons.
The bar graph elucidates the weekly salary consumed by families in a particular nation for alternative eight things between 1968 and 2018. Data is calibrated into percentages.
Overall, it is crystal clear that there was maximum spending on food whereas minimum experienced on fuel and power.
Looking into the whole details, the investment of money was 35% for food in 1968, and it declined by half in 2018. In contrast, the spending on a weekly basis by families was 9%more than in 2018 as compared to the initial year, which touched 19%. Likewise, a negligible difference was observed for fuel and power in the given time period. In spite of it, its utilization of it was 10% in comparison, and it reduced steadily by 5% in 2018.
Turning to the further details, the expenditure on household money was almost similar in the two years, which was around 7%. At the same time, the preference of families was less towards personal things than under one-tenth. The consumption of income turned twice, increasing from 9% to18%. Last but not least, the usage of had started by8%for leisure which rose with13% and touched to22% in 2018.
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