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demographic (ˌdɛməˈɡræfɪk Pronunciation for demographic ; ˌdiːmə-) 



  1. of or relating to demography


  1. a section of the population sharing common characteristics, such as age, sex, class, etc

Derived Forms

ˌdemoˈgraphical adjective
ˌdemoˈgraphically adverb

Example Sentences Including 'demographic'

A combination of economic and demographic factors may be working in favor of unions.
A Conceptual View of Human Resource Management: Strategic Objectives, Environments, Functions
A lecturer in Social Policy at Trinity College, her analysis of social and demographic shifts have proved invaluable to the group.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
And so we produce masses of documented research to define a target audience in such and such a demographic.
Stuart Harrison BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
Falling fertility has also become a major source of demographic concern.
Spiked (2004)
It is impossible to make a case for it on demographic grounds.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Stein picked them up, a demographic study of all the members of the St Justin Martyr parish.
Duncan, Robert L The Serpent's Mark
The dramatic demographic shift that we are living through cannot be ignored.
Irish Times (2002)
There are major difficulties in trying to build a leadership campaign on Ms. Copps ' chosen demographic slice.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Well, most of the time, except when you're selling to what has recently been termed the the No Logo demographic.
Scarlett Thomas POPCO (2004)


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