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The table below gives information on consumer spending on different
items in five different countries in 2002.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features,
and make comparisons where relevant.
Write at least 150 words.

Percentage of national consumer expenditure by category -2002

Country

Food/Drinks/Tobacco

Clothing/Footwear

Leisure/Education

Ireland

28.91%

6.43%

2.21%

Italy

16.36%

9.00%

3.20%

Spain

18.80%

6.51%

1.98%

Sweden

15.77%

5.40%

3.22%

Turkey

32.14%

6.63%

4.35%


The table below provides information about spending on different items of comsumer among Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey in 2002.

Overall, percentage of consumer spending on food/drinks/tobaco items in five countries is the highest and leisure/education is the lowest. Also, there are significant differences between consumer spending on clothing/footwear items in Italy and in four other countries.

It can be seen that Turkey had the highest consumer using food/drinks/tobacco items with 32.14% and the follow country is Ireland with 28.91%. Other countries had the percentage of consumer approximately the same, Spain with 18.80%, Italy with 16.36% and Sweden with 15.77%.

Turning to the two other items, proportion of consumer is double between clothing/footwear items and leisure/education items. In clothing/footwear items, there had a considerable difference between consumer in Italy and the others. While Italy reached the proportion of 9%, the four other countries had a fluctuation of 6%. In leisure/education items, Spain had the lowest percentage of 1.98%.

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The table below provides information about ("Information about" is very vague. It could be anything - the average sale value, number of sales, average number of items per sale, or other data. Please be very precise. What exactly is in this table? What are the units of measurement?) spending on different items (How many items?) of comsumer (Incorrect spelling, incorrect phrase) among Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey in 2002. (Incomplete. What items are in the table?)


Model opening paragraph:

The table shows the percentage of consumer spending in three sectors (food/drink/tobacco, clothing/footwear and leisure/education) for five different countries (Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey) in the year 2002.


Overall, the percentage of consumer spending on food/drinks/tobaco (wrong spelling) items in these five countries is the highest and leisure/education is the lowest. Also, there are significant differences between consumer spending on clothing/footwear items in Italy and the four other countries.

It can be seen that (Those words do not describe the data. You do not need them.) Turkey has (If you start using present tense, continue using present tense. Be consistent.) had the highest consumer (Wrong phrase. "Highest consumer" refers to very tall people) using highest consumer expenditure on food/drinks/tobacco items with 32.14% and the follow country (wrong phrase) country with the next highest is Ireland with 28.91%. The other countries had have similar values the percentage of consumer (wrong phrase) approximately the same, Spain with 18.80%, Italy with 16.36% and Sweden with 15.77%.

Turning to the two other items, The proportion of consumer (wrong phrase) is double between (wrong expression ) clothing/footwear items and leisure/education items.


Model

In each country, the percentage spent on the clothing/footwear category is more than Food/Drink/Tobacco. In the case of Spain, the difference is more than a factor of 3. (roughly 6.5% versus 2%) The smallest margin is for Turkey, which spent 1.5 times more on Clothing/Footwear than Leisure/Education.


In clothing/footwear items, there is had a considerable difference between consumer spending in Italy and the others. While Italy reached has a the proportion of 9%, the (wrong phrase) values in the four other countries are in a narrow range between 5.4 and 6.6%. had a fluctuation (wrong use of this word. Read my advice to understand the word "fluctuation." Most students do not use this word correctly. ) of 6%. In leisure/education items, Spain has had the lowest percentage of 1.98%.

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