What are the different levels of population forecasting?
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Population forecasting can be done at different levels, including national, regional, and local levels.
National-level forecasting typically involves estimating the total population size and composition of a country, while regional-level forecasting focuses on specific regions or states.
Local-level forecasting is done for cities, towns, or neighborhoods and provides a more detailed picture of population growth and demographic trends.
The level of forecasting depends on the scope and purpose of the project and the availability and quality of data.