The chart given depicts five European nations’ expenditures on various sources in the year 2002.
Overall, some northern European nations reveal higher spending on Food, drinks, and Tobacco and the least expenses on Education and leisure. At the same time, the Western European nations have the opposite trend, which will be explained in the following passages.
In the line of Education and leisure, Turkey ranks highest in percentage expenditure, that is 4.35, followed by Sweden and Italy, with almost the same 3.2 average, and the least is observed by Spain, that’s merely 1.98, and Ireland slightly above.
Italy is the world’s fashion leader, accounts the highest in clothing and footwear, which is 9%, and Sweden marks the least., but the other three nations have nearly the same figures, which can be six and a half percent.
Considering the expenses related to food, drink, and Tobacco. Turkey ranks the highest, followed by Ireland, which is 32.14 and 28.01, respectively. Sweden denotes the least, whereas Italy and Spain have relatively spent above 15 % on average.
Sample 2:-The Table Below Gives Information on Consumer Spending: Recent AC Test
The given table illustrates data about the percentage of money spent by individuals in five different countries (Irland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, and Turkey) on different items in 2002.
Overall, the table reveals that most of the money spent by the five countries was on Food, drinks, and tobacco, while people focused on leisure and education at the lowest levels.
At first, Ireland’s people spent 28.91% of their expenditure on Food, drink, and tobacco and approximately 6% on clothing and footwear. In contrast, only about 2.3% of the money was spent on leisure and education. About 16.36% of the money was spent by Italy’s people on Food, drink, and tobacco; exactly 9% and 3.20% were spent on clothing or footwear and leisure or education. Spanish people spent 18.80% on Food, drink, and tobacco and 6.51% on clothing or footwear, while only 1.98% spent on leisure or education.
As for Sweden and Turkey, their individuals spent 15.77% and 32.14% of their money on Food, drink, or tobacco, respectively. On clothing or footwear, they spent 5.40% and 6.63%, respectively. In the end, about 3.20% and 4.35% of the money was spent on leisure or education by Sweeden and Thureky.