OTHER WORDS FROM demographyde·mog·ra·pher, de·mog·ra·phist, noun
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In fact, said Jennifer Dowd, a professor of demography and population health at Oxford University in England, this is the kind of challenge that makes sociology-based research a real bear even in the best of situations.What Two Studies With Very Different Findings Can Tell Us About Voting In A Pandemic|Maggie Koerth (firstname.lastname@example.org)|November 2, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
In 2016, according to predictions by political demographer Ruy Teixeira, they will be one-third.
Demographer Wendell Cox has pointed to another source of hidden affluence.
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Derived forms of demographydemographer or demographist, noun
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The quantitative study of human populations. Demographers study subjects such as the geographical distribution of people, birth and death rates, socioeconomic status, and age and sex distributions in order to identify the influences on population growth, structure, and development.