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Demography is the study of populations and its dynamics, and has deep connection to politics. However, I couldn't find many questions related to demography on this site. Most of the few I found were related to political parties and voting systems.

Question: Are questions on demography accepted on this site?

Note: I am asking a general question, but the question I would ask is about modelization of population. Precisely, "What are the main mathematical models used in demography to modelize immigration?"

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  • I don't have a strong opinion but IMHO it doesn't hurt to have this be on-topic. It does have a strong implication to practice of politics – user4012 Jun 30 '16 at 15:15
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If you think it's related to politics then go ahead and ask it.

Keep in mind, however, that even if the subject matter is on-topic, the question still has to meet our other standards of quality. It can't be too broad, or opinion-based.

The specific question you want to ask probably won't get closed. If I were an expert on demography I could give a better analysis, but it does resemble a list question, and it's also a somewhat open-ended question, and open-ended questions are sometimes too broad. Again, I'm can't be sure about this specific question because I am not an expert on the subject matter.

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