The pie chart displays information on the various family types living below the poverty line in the UK in 2001. In general, 14% of British households were insolvent in 2002, and half of these poor families consisted of single parents or single people without children.
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As can be observed, the highest ratio of poor British family types had sole parents who were 26% economically insolvent. While 24% of single people without children fell below the poverty line, poverty was a common condition among this group. These two types of households made up half of all families living in poverty.
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Couples with children had a higher rate of poverty than those without. The latter made up 9% of such households, whereas the former 15% of family types experienced financial hardship. It is important to note that British people aged had lower rates of poverty than their younger counterparts. Financial troubles were experienced by one in every twenty elderly couples, compared to 7% of aged singles.
In conclusion, older persons had lower rates of poverty and married couples with kids had better financial circumstances than married couples without kids.