The table below gives information on consumer spending on different items in five different countries in 2002. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Sample Answer 1:
The table presents information on the proportion of consumption of three categories (Food, Clothing and Leisure) in five distinct countries in Europe in a particular year, 2002. Overall, the group of daily necessities such as Food, Drinks was the largest spending by percentage in the given countries.
Based on the information provided, people in Turkey spent mainly on Food, Drinks and Tobacco, reaching more than 32%, which was the highest amongst five nations. Second in terms was Ireland which consumed nearly three in ten. Interestingly, these two countries were the very one which had roughly 30% or more in spending on Food, Drinks and Tobacco. Meanwhile, Turkey spent slightly more in Leisure or Education in terms of five nations by an average of 1%.
In contrast to the aforementioned, citizens in Italy bought Clothing more readily than all other nations, amounting to an approximately 10%. However, it was the country with the second least spending on Food, Drinks and Tobacco by percentage.
What is also noteworthy is that the composition of expenditure of Spain was not significant in the three given categories since the spending on the three different items were often the second last.

Sample Answer 2:
The provided table data presents information on the consumer spending in three different categories in five countries namely Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey.
As is observed from the given data, Turkish people spent most on drinks, tobacco and foods which was more than 32% of their total expenses for consumer products. Ireland stood in the second position in terms of their expenditure in this category which was over 28%. Swedish, Italian and Spanish people spent from 15% – 18% for foods, tobacco and drinks. Again. For clothing and footwear highest percentage of expenses was made by the Italian person which was 9% of their total expenditure on consumer products. In this category Irish, Spanish and Turkish people spent just over 6% while Swedish people spent the least percentage (5.4%). Finally, for leisure activities and education Turkish spent above 4% which was the highest among the given figures of other four countries. Italians and Swedish citizens spent both above 3% on education and leisure while the spending on this section by Irish and Spanish people were just about 2%.

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