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household expenditure on goods and services in 1920 and 2000

The two pie charts give information about household expenditure on goods and services in 1920 and 2000. It is immediately obvious that there are some quite significant differences between the two charts. In 2000 the largest proportion of expenditure was on recreation and other items whereas in 1920 it was on food, with recreation and other items accounting for just 7. 7%. There is a great difference in terms of food expenditure between the two years. In 1920 nearly 72% of the total household budget went to food, compared to only 22% in 2000. There has been a notable increase in the amount of money spent on traveling and communications between the two dates. In addition, the charts show a significant rise in the proportion of money spent on closing in 2000 compared to 1920. There are some similarities, however. For example, in both 1920 and 2000, the proportion of fuel and lighting expenditure was roughly the same.
The two pie charts give information about household expenditure on
goods
and services in 1920 and 2000. It is immediately obvious that there are
some
quite significant differences between the two charts. In 2000 the largest proportion of expenditure was on recreation and other items whereas in 1920 it was on food, with recreation and other items accounting for
just
7. 7%. There is a great difference in terms of food expenditure between the two years. In 1920
nearly
72% of the total household budget went to food, compared to
only
22% in 2000. There has been a notable increase in the amount of money spent on traveling and communications between the two dates.
In addition
, the charts
show
a significant rise in the proportion of money spent on closing in 2000 compared to 1920. There are
some
similarities,
however
.
For example
, in both 1920 and 2000, the proportion of fuel and lighting expenditure was roughly the same.

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