The pair of pie charts indicate the retail distribution percentages of 4 kinds of goods purchased via the Internet in Canada in 2005 and five years later, including electronics/ appliance, food/ beverage, home furnishings and video games. From an overall perspective, it can be seen that while electronics/ appliance and home furnishings experienced a decrease, food/ beverage and video games saw an increase over a period of 6 years.
As be shown in the two charts, only video games and food/ beverage sections rose in sales. Whereas the former, with 18 percent at the beginning, grew slightly by just one – twentieth, the latter went up considerably from 22 percent to 32 percent , hence become the largest portion in the 2010's survey.
Following the same pattern, we can see that the figure for electronics/ appliance had an insignificant decline of exactly 5 percent, while on the other hand, home furnishings fell sharply from a quarter down to only three - twentieths, which was the lowest percentage in 2010.