The pie charts compare the shares of four major items in global expenditure, as well as how
global population is distributed.
Overall, the largest proportion of money in the world is allocated to food, while transport,
housing and clothing are other significant items. Moreover, the population of Asia is responsible
for the largest group of humans.
According to the first chart, the most significant amounts are paid for food (almost a quarter of
global expenditure) and transport (almost 20%), while housing also accounts for a considerable
proportion. The least among the four is spent on clothing (merely 6 percent) and the remaining
40% is spent on a variety of other items.
The second chart shows that there is a significant difference between the population of Asia
and that of other continents since approximately 3 out of every 5 human beings live in Asia.
Europe and the Americas share similar proportions and together are host to roughly one-third of
the world’s population, while the inhabitants of Africa form a mere one-tenth.