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demographic

Pertaining to characteristics of the population, such as race, age, household income, median home price, and number of inhabitants per household. The U.S. Census Bureau (www.census.gov) collects a wealth of demographic data.

Example: Families without insurance, 2003 and 2004:

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Increasing the frequency of interaction among a demographically diverse group of coworkers, however, does not necessarily ensure increased information sharing between people who are demographically different from one another, nor does it imply that perceivers will find such information appealing.
The first one has to do with the question whether proto-industrial families stood out demographically compared to those that were not.
In the two decades since then, the Valley has matured, politically and demographically.
and his coworkers administered a detailed questionnaire to 690 kidney cancer patients in Minnesota (or their next of kin) and to 707 demographically matched, cancerfree volunteers.
The location of shopping centers in demographically appealing markets and its ability to set up long-term leases to market leading grocery-anchor tenants drives retail tenant sales and rental rates and helps to manage competition.
Feigley and his co-workers at the University of South Carolina in Columbia surveyed a random sample of 894 residents - 508 living downwind of a commercial hazardous-waste incinerator and 386 living upwind in a demographically similar community.
The Treo 680 smartphone is reaching new customers and markets, exemplifying Palm's dedication to expanding both geographically and demographically," said John Hartnett, senior vice president, global markets, Palm, Inc.
From the same starting population of 26,429, the researchers then selected a demographically matched sample of 1,031 men and women who did not develop hypertension by age 55.
Through strategic acquisitions the Company enters demographically attractive geographic areas to deliver lifetime financial solutions on a local and national basis.
We intend it to be the first in a stream of products and services aimed at our demographically highly attractive database.
He continues, "That could be a mistake, because surprisingly, in some areas, these particular consumers outspend other segments that appear to be better prospects demographically.
Acxiom RapidProspects gives mid-tier marketers browser-based access to campaign-ready, demographically enhanced prospects, enabling them to more quickly and cost-effectively acquire new customers.

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