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Demographics include which of the following? A. Ethnicity, gender, race B. values, morals, opinions C. Beliefs, feelings, likes D. Attitudes, interests, values
A. Ethnicity, gender, race. are included in Demographics
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User: Demographics include which of the following? A. Ethnicity, gender, race B. values, morals, opinions C. Beliefs, feelings, likes D. Attitudes, interests, values

Weegy: A. Ethnicity, gender, race. are included in Demographics
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User: Measurable or observable characteristics of your audience are called? A. pseudographics B. statistics C. demographics D. psychographics

Weegy: C. demographics. Demographics are measurable aspects of a population.
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