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So, the idea of being able to run ads on a platform where they can target ads based both on demographics data, but also purchase data, is tantalizing.

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It’s how successful Republicans engage with Millenials and the younger demographic.

They’re also part of the most politically engaged demographic in the country.

Republicans gained an advantage among early mail voters, Shepard said, in part because their demographic tendencies, especially age, aligned with those to whom mail voting appealed.

In an effort to turn the sport into a global game, professional basketball has long catered itself to a younger demographic.

The program—weirdly—is now under the umbrella of ABC News, and is suffering from flat ratings and an aging demographic.

Presuming his demographic is largely the same as what it was when he was at Fox, they are not wealthy people.

Demographic changes are making that community less dogmatic, even through the Castro regime remains an oppressive dictatorship.

“We did know that our target demographic by and large was 30- to 50-year-old women,” Vicente said.

Meanwhile, Democratic leaders blubber about racism while cynically scheming for a permanent demographic majority.

Whether we will or no, this demographic law of interdependence of nations can not be escaped.

Our sources of information cover only the period during which the demographic status of the natives was undergoing change.

Two other demographic consequences arise from this very early white contact.

The village of Malapoa is small but presents no serious demographic discrepancies.

There are two ways in which demographic crystallization may have taken place.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to demographic, such as: analytical, numerical, arithmetical, and probability.

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