MemberDecember 27, 2021 at 1:30 PM
In this essay we will compare the for the years 1995 to 2011, the percentage of household spending on necessary goods in China. The pie charts show data patterns in four key categories food, clothing, medicine, households.
The biggest percentage of money spent on food is evident from the entire data. Medicine, on the other hand, receives a smaller share of the budget.
As can be seen from the graph, China spent the maximum amount of money on food in 1995, accounting for 68 percent, and then rapidly declined to 59 percent in 2011. Clothing and on the other hand, had a percentage of 1995, with 19% and 18%, respectively in 2011 so they was not a huge change.
However, medicine has a huge rise in the years as it was 4% in 1995 and, in 2011 a comparable share of the money was spent with an 11%.
Lastly, with the household, good China increased their spending on it by 9% in 1995 to 2% in 2021.