Examples of demography in a Sentence
the shifting demography of Europe
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Whites without a bachelor's degree will make up 44 percent of eligible voters in 2020, said Ruy Teixeira, a political scientist who did a broad study of demography and politics this spring.
Poland is another European example with stricter legislation than its demography would predict. The socially conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party is trying to impose even tougher laws, similar to Ireland’s.
Its approximately 2,400 African Americans constituted 0.3 percent, its Catholics 8 percent, and its Jews 0.1 percent of the population, and this demography was both cause and effect of its history of bigotry.
Of Americans 65 and older, about 20 to 25 percent have mild cognitive impairment while about 10 percent have dementia, according to Kenneth Langa, an expert in the demography of aging and a professor of medicine at the University of Michigan.
Women, said UC Berkeley demography professor Josh Goldstein, have more control over their decisions biologically but perhaps less control over their decisions economically.
The national conversation about the community has hitched itself to deeper anxieties about religious demography.
Of Americans 65 and older, about 20 to 25 percent have mild cognitive impairment while about 10 percent have dementia, according to Kenneth Langa, an expert in the demography of aging and a professor of medicine at the University of Michigan .
Milorad Dodik, the president of Republika Srpska, claims that Bosniak politicians have a secret plan to import Muslim migrants to change Bosnia’s demography and thereby take control of the whole country.
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DEMOGRAPHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of demography for English Language Learners
: the study of changes (such as the number of births, deaths, marriages, and illnesses) that occur over a period of time in human populations; also : a set of such changes
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