The charts below give information about world spending and population. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The circular chart compares four significant items in global expenditure and the share distribution of the world population.
Looking from an overall perspective, it is readily apparent that the most considerable portion of the income has been spent on food, while clothing, housing, and transport are also essential items. Asia has the highest population among the other three countries.
At a fleeting glance, the highest proportion of the income is going to food, which is just below a quarter, followed by transport at 18%. People spend 12% share on housing, While clothing is a minor item. Which takes merely 6% of the money of world population. However, 40% of the Share was spent on the other varieties.
The second chart shows that the highest number of people (57%) live in Asia, which significantly differs from other countries. Europe and the American population are similar, adding 14%. However, the number of African people is considerably lower than others and witnessed one in ten, whilst 5% of the Share is distributed in other nations.