The UK spending income on three fast food categories in 1990 is presented in bar chart and the line chart measures expenditure on fast food by income group between 1970 and 1990. Both categorised by hamburger, fish and chips, and pizza. It is noticeable that expenditure on hamburger and pizza dropped significantly while expenditure on fish and chips fluctuates. Then, expenditure on hamburger breaks the record as the highest favourite fast food among others except low income. It can also seen during 20 years expenditure in hamburger and fish and chips rose significantly while expenditure in pizza dropped dramatically.
In 1990, spending on hamburger and pizza presented a rise significant but on the other hand expenditure on fish and chips was changeable. After that, expenditure on hamburger witnessed dominant categories in the high income (around 42%) and average income while fish and chips was the highest expenditure on fast food in low income. Interestingly fish and chips has the same number on high and low income, at 17%.
Beside that, hamburger and fish and chips increase dramatically from 1970 to 1990. However, pizza fell significantly during the period. In the early period, pizza revealed as the most favourite in expenditure income on fast food that over 300, yet pizza became very low expenditure income between 1985 and 1990. Next, the most popular in the end of period was fish and chips.