The supplied table offers insights into the statistics on the percentages of customer expenditure on categories in five distinct nations in the year 2002.
Overall, it is obviously seen that all those five countries spent the largest part of their budget on food, drinks, tobacco, and the lowest percentage for leisure, education in the table. Noticeably, Turkish people were the highest spenders on those selected items.
As is explicitly highlighted in the first column, Turkey held the first position in the ranking, which stood at 32.14%, followed by Ireland with nearly 29%. Likewise, the proportion of spending on leisure and education of Turkish people twice as much as that of Irish people. Additionally, the figures for clothing and footwear in Ireland and Turkey were almost equal (upwards 6,00%).
Moreover, it can be seen that people in Spain accounted for 19% of national consumer expenditure for food, drinks, tobacco, while the figures for Italy and Sweden were slightly lower, at roughly 16%. Besides, the expense of Italy on clothing and footwear, which constituted 9.00%, was considerably more than Spain and Sweden, making up 6,51% and 5,40%, respectively . There is a survey, which was conducted in Italia and Sweden, stated that they spent over 3% of their budget on leisure and education, and the lowest figure for these categories is Spain, at only 1,98%.
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