demographically correct

demographically correct
   containing a proportionate ratio of blacks, whites, Hispanics, etc.
   Not merely counting or classifying them without error:
    ... sitting on a school desk in a dark suit, a demographically-correct display of acnefree teenagers in front of him. (Anonymous, 1996 — a politician was doing a commercial in an election campaign)

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