Sunday, 24 June 2012
178 words, 26 minutes (after self corrections)
The chart below is about the percentage spent by British people in 6 listed items (central heating, television, video, vacuum cleaner, refrigerator, washing machine, dishwashers and telephone) in a period between 1972 to 1983.
The amount of use of them showed in all those cases a rise during this time; but the main difference is in how many hey increased.
Central heating and telephone had the biggest contrast in the last stage with a growth of 34% in both, they were followed by refrigerator (20%) which was the second element more bought in this time, it was steady in comparison to others but the favorite devise for people there.
Otherwise, information about other items is not complete and the table only allows to know that the consumption of video was 18% in q983, vacuum cleaner had a slight increase in a decade (1972-1982) to close in 9% more than in the very beginning, and dishwashed started in 3% and rose a small gain of 2 percentage points between 1978 to 1983, this was the most unpopular of them.