The Table Below Gives Information on Consumer Spending on Different Items in Five Different

The table below 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 below gives information on consumer spending on different items in five different

The table illustrates five different nations spent on how much money on which category in the year 2002.

Overall, It is manifest from the table, and all countries spent the highest on food, drinks and tobacco. At the same time, the least money is spent on education and leisure activities.

To begin with, Ireland spent above one quarter on foods and beverages. While the highest amount spent on this category was by Turkish people, which was almost double then Spanish people, 18.80%. Moreover, Sweden only spent 15.77% on food, drinks and tobacco, and Italy spent 1% higher than Sweden on these activities. Furthermore, Italian people spent almost 9%on fashion. It was the highest among these five countries. Ireland and Spain spent the same amount of money on clothing and footwear. Apart from this, Sweden and turkey spent 5.40% and 6.63% on fashion, respectively.

However, all countries spent the least amount on education and leisure activities. Turkey spent the highest amount on this category as compared to the other four countries. Whereas only 1.98% amount spent by Spanish people on education and leisure. Italy and Sweden spent nearly the same amount on this category. Which was 3.20% and 3.22%, respectively. 1% less amount spent by Ireland people as compare than Sweden.

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