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Hello. In the below sentences, is it a correct way to use "a third" instead of "32.6%"?

The figure for Turkey’s spending on food was 32.6%.

The figure for Turkey’s spending on food was around a third.
Turkey spent the most at 32.6%.

Turkey spent the most at a third.

Thank you.

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Yes, but the answer to the question "32.6% of what?" or "a third of what?" must be provided by the context.

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These are much better:

The percentage that Turkish people spent on food was 32.6%.

Turkish people sent about a third of their money on food.