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  • Nikita

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    July 28, 2021 at 11:51 AM
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    The pie charts compare the consumption of online shopping for four retail categories in Canada between 2005 and 2010.

    Overall, the proportion of online sales for each of the four sectors have changed significantly from year 2005 to 2010. However, it is clear in the figure that the online shopping sales of video games and food/beverage increased consistently over the period of 5 years. Whereas, the other two sectors home furnishing and electronics/ appliances statistics had a fall. In 2005, the proportion of online sales of food and beverages was 22%, but this rose to 32% in 2010. The percentage for internet sales of video games also went up, by 5% from the 2005 figure of 18%.

    In 2005, the largest online sales were for electronics/appliance and home furnishings, at 35% and 25% respectively. However, during the 5-year period, the figures for them were lowest in 2010, 30% for electronics/appliance and 15% for home furnishings. In addition, video games and food/beverage accounted for the lowest sales of online shopping in 2005, but had major rise in 2010 with figures for video games and food/ beverage increased sharply, at 23% and 32% respectively. In the year 2010, food/beverage became the highest online shopping sales among the remaining three categories.