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  • Arjun

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    July 1, 2021 at 7:51 PM
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    The graph illustrates the amount of fuel used in UK and USA as percentage-wise by the three categories of people which are poorest, middle-income and richest.

    In United Kingdom, almost 0.5% of income spent by poor people spent on fuel which is least in the graph. Whereas people used around 3.5% of their money on fuel in United States, which has touched highest at around 5.5%. Coming to Middle-income class, people from both the countries spend an average income on fuel which ranges between around 2.5% and 5%. And, at one point UK and America were on the same percentage of almost 3.5% in terms of fuel consumption.

    However, richest people of Britain and US spent around the same amount of money on fuel i.e., around 3.5% by going up and down in UK and decreasing in US.

    Overall, it looks like that United Kingdom followed an upward trend and United States followed the downward trend in case of consuming a fuel.