The Percentage of Households with Cars in A European Country

The bar chart shows the percentage of households with cars in a European country between 1971 to 2001. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

the percentage of households with cars in a European country

The yielded bar charts demonstrate how many families lived with the car in a European country from 1971 to 2001.

Overall, it can be clearly seen that no car households were on downwards trend year by year whereas, for other two it was upwards except 1991.

For no car, 45% households had no car in 1971 which declined slightly 5% after a decade, In 2001 it was 30. For single-car, in 1971, 35% proportion of families had one car. In 1981 it rose, and the percentage was 42 later it touched its zenith point on account of 50%, between that three decades period dip was 38% in 1991.

For more than 2 cars, a quarter proportion of households had more than 2 cars, and this percentage grew, after a decade it had the same percentage as no car had in 1981. In 1991 it had 31%, and in 2001 with the highest percentage, it was 36%.

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