MemberJanuary 24, 2022 at 1:56 PM
The pie charts illustrate the household essential needs budget in China for the years 1995 and 2011 data in percentage.
Overall, food is the highest priority of essential household item followed by clothing which was approx one fourth, then the household goods which holds some percentage, and least necessity was given to medicine, which was not even one tenth.
Since 1995, food priority was two third as in 68% but in 2011, there was a minor decrement of 9%. There was a marginal drop of 1%, but still clothing holds one of the most essential budgets in china.
Although, medicine became priority of people in 16 years after 1995, with a major increase of 7% from 4% in 2011. Furthermore, there was adequate increase of 2% in household goods in 2011, from 9% to 11%.
So, at last there was a major change mainly in food, which decreased on the other hand, medicine, which increased.