The pie charts show how funds are distributed to a variety of museums over a ten year period in a European country.
In the year 2000, the largest portion of funds (30%) are given to the National Museum. The Museum of the Ancient World and that of the Medieval Art receive an equal percentage. 15% of the funds go to the Technology Museum, 5% less to the National History Museum and the least funds are received by the Transport Museum.
Ten years later, a quarter of the funds are distributed to the National and the Medieval Art Museum. Similarly an equal share of the funds are allocated to the Museum of the Ancient World and the Natural History Museum. The remaining 20% of the funds are shared equally by the Technology and the Transport Museum.
The National Museum receives the greatest funding in 2000 and the Transport Museum is the least financially supported one that year. In 2010 funds are allocated more evenly.
Question taken from Direct to IELTS Student's Book p. 21