#### Answer

The given compound statement can be written in simple statements as \[p,\text{ }q,\text{ and }r\].Here, \[p,\text{ }q,\text{ and }r\] represent three simple statements.
\[p\]: There are more people in the lower-middle class than in the capitalist and upper-middle classes combined.
\[q\]: 1% percent is capitalists.
\[r\]: 34% are members of the upper-middle class.
The given compound statement can be written in the symbolic form as
\[p\to \left( q\wedge r \right)\]
A conjunction is true only when the truth values of all simple statements are true. In all other cases of truth values, it is false. In case of a conditional statement, it is false only when the antecedent is true and the consequent is false.
From the provided bar graph, it can be observed that \[p\] is true,\[q\] is true, and \[r\] is false. Put the truth values of \[p,\text{ }q,\text{ and }r\] in symbolic form to get\[\text{T}\to \left( \text{T}\vee \text{F} \right)\]. It can be further simplified as
\[\begin{align}
& \text{T}\to \left( \text{T}\vee \text{F} \right)\equiv \text{T}\to \text{F} \\
& \text{ }\equiv \text{F} \\
\end{align}\]