Q- The table below shows information about age, average income per person and population below the poverty line in three states in the USA. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant. Write at least 150 words.
|Aged under 18||17%||28%||16%|
|Aged over 60||13%||8%||23%|
|The average income per person ($)||23,000||17,000||22,000|
|Population below poverty line||16%||9%||12%|
A- The table below provides an abstract categorization of the poverty rate, median income, and population in three separate US states.
Overall, it is evident that when compared to California and Florida, Utah’s index appears to be favourable, with the exception of the average distribution of income per person.
According to the table, Utah has the youngest population of the three—those under 18—, and this represents just over a quarter of its overall population (28%). This population share only represents 17 and 16 people in California and Florida, respectively.
On the other hand, Florida has the greatest percentage of older people. In California, the population is 10% lower when 23% of the population is over 60. However, it is just 8% in Utah.
When it comes to average annual income, California leads the way with $23,000, followed by Florida with just $1000 less. Despite Utah’s far behind position in this category—just $17,000—only 9% of its citizens live in poverty, compared to 16% and 12% of those in California and Florida.
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