adjective Also dem·o·graph·i·cal.
of or relating to demography, the science of vital and social statistics.
a single vital or social statistic of a human population, as the number of births or deaths.
a specific segment of a population having shared characteristics: The producers were looking for a show that would appeal to the 18-34 demographic.
Related formsdem·o·graph·i·cal·ly, adverb
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Contemporary Examples of demographically
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.
In the first place, twenty people are demographically insignificant.
Demographically, seniors are the sickest and experience the highest health costs.
British Dictionary definitions for demographically
of or relating to demography
Derived Formsdemographical, adjectivedemographically, adverb
a section of the population sharing common characteristics, such as age, sex, class, etc
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Word Origin and History for demographically
1891, from demography + -ic. As a noun, by 1998, short for demographic group or category. Related: Demographical; demographically.
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demographically in Medicine
Of or relating to demography.
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