The word "demographics"


The dictionary indicates "demographics" (n) should be used with a plural verb ("are" rather than "is"), but I have seen it written both ways. Is the correct phrasing "demographics is" or "demographics are?" "Demogrpahics is destiny" or "demographics are destiny?" Thanks for your help.

asked Jul 02 '14 at 10:27 Tammy New member

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