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demographics

The attributes of people in a particular geographic area. Used for marketing purposes, population, ethnic origins, religion, spoken language, income and age range are examples of demographic data.
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Oracle s Validated Demographics is a welcome addition to the marketer s tool box that can enable smarter decision-making during the pre-bid process to drive improved campaign accuracy and ROI.
With the legislative session officially gaveled in, here's a look at the demographics of the Texas Lege - by lawmakers' race, gender, age, time in office, education and religion.
Many may think that the demographics of any country are only factors for larger businesses that export, but that's only partially true.
Rising and falling gas prices and the state sales tax increase may take more disposable income from consumers' wallets forcing them to prioritize their spending but, overall, demographics will keep New Jersey retail strong.
The school is changing demographics, there is a large Latino majority in a school which has always been majority Caucasian and it is not simple to know what to do.
The implications for China are clear: these capital deepening and productivity enhancing measures will help deliver sustainable growth even in the face of adverse demographics.
All 53 centers were contacted requesting participation in a survey of the demographics of administrative, management, and service delivery staff.
What follows are some snapshots of broad demographic trends.
Nor can there be any denying that America's changing demographics are forcing an ultimately significant growth of the nursing home industry.
Includes analysis of consumption and usage demographics for Portuguese dairy food products by splitting consumers by age, gender, income, region, status, urban/rural from 2004 to 2008.
When it comes to demographics, Fannie Mac's research has concluded that the age of 70 years old is the median age in which people purchase homes.
More than half of Simi Valley's 27 campuses placed in the top 20 percent when compared with all the state's schools but took a beating when compared with schools with similar demographics - also known as the apples-to-apples comparison.

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