GnanaprakashMemberJune 30, 2021 at 9:34 PM
This essay illustrates about the amount of fuel spent by the three classes namely the poor, middle-income and richest of the society in comparison with their income percentage.
In the United Kingdom, the trend looks like the poor consume less fuel burning about 0.5% of their income. Whereas the in the United states the rich use less fuel spending about 3.5% of their respective incomes. Also the highest amount of fuel is spent by both the poor and middle-income in the United Kingdom and in the United States it is the poor who consume more fuel about 4% of their income.
Overall, In the United kingdom the percent of income spent by the middle-income and the richest ranges from 2.5 to 3.5. Anyway both the United Kingdom and United states middle-income and rich class spend about 3.5% of their income on fuel at a point of time.
In Conclusion, the United kingdom followed an upward trend and the United States the downward trend in fuel consumption with respect to their social class.