adjective Also dem·o·graph·i·cal.
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Robinhood has also tapped into a new demographic — millennial and Gen-Z traders.Robinhood asks banks to pitch for potential 2021 IPO|Lee Clifford|November 18, 2020|Fortune
In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew explores the demographic and geographic trends that divided America in 2020.
Sometimes, there’s a group of states that share geographic and demographic similarities in which the polls are out of line.The Polls Weren’t Great. But That’s Pretty Normal.|Nate Silver (email@example.com)|November 11, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
It then breaks down feedback intersectionality, taking multiple demographic factors, as well as geographic location, job category, and tenure, into account to home in on specific groups’ specific needs.Improving inclusion is more about allowing failure than rewarding success|lbelanger225|November 11, 2020|Fortune
The increase was in part a result of the company’s aggressive promotion of its lite version, Kuaishou Express, which tailors to China’s less tech-savvy demographics.China’s cash-burning video sector: How Kuaishou lost $1B in 6 months|Rita Liao|November 6, 2020|TechCrunch
But, demographically, how deep can the pool of talent in Brazil really be, when compared to India or China?
Their aim is to demographically engineer a Jewish majority at all costs.
Something more fundamental and demographically measurable is at work.Presidential Election Likely to Come Down to the Future vs. the Past|John Avlon|November 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In the first place, twenty people are demographically insignificant.
Demographically, seniors are the sickest and experience the highest health costs.