The given column graph compare the proportion of household in owned and rented houses located in Wales and England in some years in interval 1918 to 2011.

The given column graph compare the proportion of household in owned and rented houses located in Wales and England in some years in interval 1918 to 2011.
As clearly can be seen, the percentage of household in rented dwelling houses almost accounts for dropping trend in the years given from 1918 to 2001 from almost 87% to 31%, but in 2011 the following percentage increased up to over 35 %. In contrast, the graph showed an escalating trend for households owning accommodation from 1918 to 2001, except 2011, respectively from 22% to just a little under 70%, and for 2011 gets to 64%. Surprisingly, in year 1971 the two shown percentage reached equal for 50% each.
The biggest amount of household renting dwelling house accounts for the year 1918 which is just over 75%, whereas the least one refers to this year for owning accommodation (nearly 25%). Similarly, the biggest percentage for owning houses comes up just under 70% in the year 2001, compared to the least one approximately a third in this year.
Overall, as the graph illustrates the two following field showed an inversion and furthermore the proportion of renting dwelling has decreased over the years until 2011.
The
given
column graph compare the proportion of household in
owned
and rented houses located in Wales and England in
some
years in interval 1918 to 2011.

As
clearly
can be
seen
, the percentage of household in rented dwelling houses almost accounts for dropping trend in the years
given
from 1918 to 2001 from almost 87% to 31%,
but
in 2011 the following percentage increased up to over 35 %.
In contrast
, the graph
showed
an escalating trend for households owning accommodation from 1918 to 2001, except 2011,
respectively
from 22% to
just
a
little
under 70%, and for 2011
gets
to 64%.
Surprisingly
, in year 1971 the two shown percentage reached equal for 50% each.

The biggest amount of household renting dwelling house accounts for the year 1918 which is
just
over 75%, whereas the least one refers to this year for owning accommodation (
nearly
25%).
Similarly
, the biggest percentage for owning houses
comes
up
just
under 70% in the year 2001, compared to the least one approximately a third in this year.

Overall
, as the graph illustrates the two following field
showed
an inversion and
furthermore
the proportion of renting dwelling has decreased over the years until 2011.

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