demographically, though, he has become an endangered species.
Their aim is to demographically engineer a Jewish majority at all costs.
But, demographically, how deep can the pool of talent in Brazil really be, when compared to India or China?
In the first place, twenty people are demographically insignificant.
Something more fundamental and demographically measurable is at work.
Iran is a demographically young country and a culturally venerable one.
Does the election of Pope Francis portend major shifts in the Catholic Church—ideologically, demographically, or otherwise?
For one thing, the people who fought reflect a bygone America demographically.
demographically, seniors are the sickest and experience the highest health costs.
demographic dem·o·graph·ic (děm'ə-grāf'ĭk, dē'mə-)
Of or relating to demography.