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Word: demographic

Definition: related to population balance; N. demography: statistical study of human population

Sentences Containing 'demographic'

"The Soup Investigates" premiered to a 0.3 rating in the Adults 18-49 demographic and 0.61 million viewers.
"Wheels" was watched by 7.35 million US viewers, and attained a 3.3/8 rating/share in the 18–49 demographic.
A spiritual and demographic renaissance began in 1985, with the arrival of Rabbi Marshall Meyer.
According to a demographic study in 2012, 86% of Relevant's subscribers are between the ages 18 and 39 (the average subscriber's age is 27).
According to Indian census, 2001, the demographic details of Poduru mandal is as follows: History.
According to Indian census, 2001, the demographic details of Tallapudi mandal is as follows: Education.
After the "baby boom" of the 1950s ("Ratkó era"), a serious demographic crisis began to develop in Hungary and its neighbours.
Although "Man from Atlantis" had not been a ratings/audience-share or demographic success in the US, the series actually beat "Doctor Who" during its transmission in the UK.
Although Chota and Tanasi had distinct political, social, and demographic traits, excavators in the late 1960s determined that the two towns are archaeologically indistinguishable.
Although its rating won for the night, it was a decrease from the previous episode, which garnered a 5.4/14 rating/share in the 18–49 demographic.
As a result of these demographic shifts, Port Moresby is home to a sizable community of Papuan Gulf residents.
As a result, Japan but not Russia and many other countries face a worrisome demographic and economic future."
As such, there are no demographic statistics for the village on its own.
As such, West End is currently undergoing urban renewal, with a large change in real estate prices, and new development changing the area demographic.
At the ONS between 2004-8, she was the Director of Census, Demographic and Regional Statistics.
But Ingels was placed on the air, and Leykis also disparaged Ingels, stating "you're not just older than my demographic, you're the grandfather of my demographic".
CIA World Factbook demographic statistics.
David Niose, the president of the American Humanist Association stated that "The secular demographic does not claim to have a monopoly on rationality, but it does feel that it has something to offer.
Demographic analysis of a rare columnar cactus (Neobuxbaumia macrocephala) in the Tehuacán Valley, México. Biological Conservation 103: 349-359.
Demographic changes in the 1940s and 1950s helped lay a foundation for Democratic success.
Demographic statistics are generally restricted to 'Singapore residents', defined as both Singapore citizens and Permanent Residents.
Demographic variables such as income and education were not related to experiences of racism.
Development Scale (Geographical and Demographic Scale) Controlled area by 2030: 806 square kilometers.
Distributed free of charge to the community in the following areas: Demographic information.
During the period the city experienced its largest economic and demographic boom.
For calendar-year 2008 as a first-run, the series delivered 1.42 million viewers in the 18–49 demographic.
He compared the episode's tone to a Wes Anderson movie and recognized that it might not appeal to SMOSH's target demographic, so he was surprised when it was well received by viewers.
However, demographic changes resulted in Labor taking it in 1980, and it is now considered a fairly safe Labor seat.
In addition, the RateItAll website allowed users seeking information to use filters to isolate the opinions of specific demographic groups.
In the Fall issue of 2009, Relate also became an ezine, which expanded its market demographic.
It attained a 4.2/12 Nielsen rating/share in the 18–49 demographic, which made it the highest rated show of the night.
It emphasizes on demographic patterns, and public policy.
It was originally aimed at a 25+ female demographic, but it appeals to all ages and genders, especially the puzzle section, where one can win an array of prizes.
Some studies attempted to cast light on the demographic profile of Singapore's non-residents.
Statistics Norway demographic statistics.
The demographic patterns of black migrants and external economic conditions are largely studied stimulants regarding the Great Migration.
The first episode of "Charlie Lawrence" got a rating of 0.9 in the 18-49 year-old demographic.
The following demographic statistics are from the CIA World Factbook, unless otherwise indicated.
The following demographic statistics are from the Statistics Norway, unless otherwise indicated.
The German team reflected the changing demographic of Germany.
The middle-class craftsmen and shopkeepers were a majority in Germany and thus a key demographic.
The network's key demographic is chiefly urban and young audience.
The recorded signals are then digitized, encrypted and securely transmitted along with the patient’s demographic information to a central data center for processing.
The station predominately targets a young female demographic, playing a mixture of Top 40, popular rock music, Dance and Hip hop.
The station's primary demographic audience is 25–54.
The study also captures information on media, demographic, and kitchen related variables.
The study yielded two distinctive subgroups, despite their demographic similarities (White and middle socioeconomic status).
The Third Demographic, Social and Reproductive Health Survey in Kosovo.
This is done in consideration of “demographic, environmental, behavioral, socioeconomic, genetic, and infections risk factors “.
Unlike Malaysia's delicate ethno-demographic balance, Singapore had a large Chinese majority.
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