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The bar graph depicts the proportion of expenditures in million pounds on junk food items consumed by the three main income groups, high, average and low in the UK (in 1990).
Overall, the expenses on hamburgers and pizzas were high among the high and average earning families. However, fish and chips were preferred by families that earned less.
Increased consumption of hamburgers is observed in the high- and average-income earning families with 45% and 32%, respectively. For the families that earned a low income, the percentile that favored hamburgers was only 14%. Across the average income and low-income earning groups, pizza least opted with 11% and 7%, respectively.
On the other hand, pizza was the least preferred among the low-income earning people which was around 7% and in the average earning population it was slightly higher with 12%. Fish and chips consumption among the high-income groups was 16%, comparatively less than that of those who choose hamburgers and pizza.
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