The table above gives information on consumer spending on different items in five different countries in 2002. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The table elucidates information about the percentage of people's expenditure for several things in five different countries, including Ireland, Italy, Sweden, and Turkey in the year 2002. As is presented in the table, most of people in those countries spent their income for their diet such as in food, beverages, and tobacco. The lowest was for their leisure or study necessary.
To begin with, the highest outlay was spent in food stuff such as meal, drink, and tobacco. In Turkey and Ireland, the percentage in diet spent almost a third nearly five times higher than expenditure in clothing and footwear. On the other hand, Spain and Sweden spent their income in dress about three times less in diet. Meanwhile, in Italy people spent 16.36 percent of their income for their foodstuff almost twice than clothing.
Leisure and education became the least expenditure that people spent in 2002. Only 4.35 percent of Turkey people's income spent on pastime and education. The result was nearly same for others countries, which was no more than 5 percent.
Consumer spending on different items in five different countries in 2002