Task：The charts below describe the numbers of people per household of an
European country in 1995 and 2005.
The pie charts illustrate how the number of persons in every household varied
in an European country in years of 1995 and 2005.
Data provided for 1995 show that the percentage of two persons per household
was the highest, at 31% which was similar to that of three people in a household
( 30%). Over the next ten years, the figure for two people per household kept
almost the same while increased by 5% for three people, making it the biggest
share of the pie.
Regarding to the proportion of one person and six persons per household, it
both declined to 2% and 3% respectively during the ten-year period. On the
contrary, although there were only 8% of people who lived in a household with
five persons in 1995, the figure soared to 15% in 2005. The similar percent of
citizens lived in a household with four persons in the same period.
In conclusion, it can be seen that two or three persons per household was the
most common no matter in 1995 or 2005.