A breakdown of figure for outcome in five countries including UK, USA, Canada, and Japan based on five categories in 2009 is provided by bar graph. Overall, it can be seen that the highest proportion of spending money in all these countries was for housing. In contrast, the figure for health care and clothing demonstrated both of lower proportion than others.
First of all, expenditure of food showed that the United States spent less money for it than Canada while Japan experienced the highest proportion for it. Meanwhile, out coming for housing in US demonstrated the highest proportion about just over 25%, and other countries illustrated the percentage for it no more than a quarter. Furthermore, spending money for transportation showed quite big different of the percentage and all of these countries experienced no more than 20%.
On the other hand, out coming for health care in the United Kingdom showed the lowest proportion and the United States demonstrated the highest proportion. Meanwhile, both of Canada and Japan illustrated quite the same proportion in that case. On one hand, figure for clothing experienced slight different proportion for all these countries about no more than 6%.