英国人消费习惯-雅思写作饼状图pie chart-雅思小作文范文 spending habits of people in the UK
The graphs show changes in spending habits of people in the UK between 1971 and 2001.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The pie charts illustrate the changes in household spending in the UK between 1971 and 2001. It is clear that the cost of petrol made up the largest proportion of household spending in 1971 while expenditure on cars was the greatest share of household spending in 2001.
British spent more than one-third of their money on petrol and almost a third to purchase furniture followed by money spent in restaurants, which was precisely a quarter. The least proportion of expenditure was for computers, which accounted for 7% of total expenses by Brits in 1971.
After 30 years, British citizens spent significantly less portion to buy petrol, furniture and restaurant meals – 8%, 8%, and 14% respectively. In comparison to 1971, they spent nearly double on computers. The largest proportion of household spending was made on owing cars with more than 40% total expenses. The proportion of expenditure on food was 14%. Finally, for books, it was considerably small, only one per cent of total costs in 2001.