the poverty proportion of females and males
The two given charts illustrate the different percentages of women becoming poor and poverty ratio according to gender and age ranges in the United States in 2008. Overall, majority single females without kids became the poorest, while there was a small ratio of poor married females without children. Moreover, females experienced poverty than males according to gender and age.
In the pie chart, more than a half of single women without children were reported as the poorest people. This contrasted to married females without kids showing the lowest percentage at 8%. However, both single and married women having kids took the second and the third of disadvantaged people with 12% and virtually a quarter respectively.
In the bar chart, the poverty proportion of females and males were quite similar at around a fifth in under 5 years old, although the poor elders decreased at approximately 13% of females and 7% of males in the above their 75s. Finally, poverty ratio of women when they were in 45-54 age group reached the last rank at a tenth and men with the same age range were accounted around 7% as well as those in 55-59 age group.