Substantive response. Please further discussion. End response with a question.175 – 265 wordsCite 1 referenceAPA formatRespond to the following:Haley Torres8:02 AMI think that demographic data has an impact on a lot of things. For example, low income neighborhoods may not have the resources needed to give them proper care. I think that when looking at who needs help it should be based on the amount of people that live in the area not about anything else. It should not matter you sex, age , or income just that you are a human being. Everyone has that right to get help that they need. I think the only thing that the data is good for and the only thing that should be accounted for is population. I know that this is not how things work but it should. Whether it is receiving help and information or to receiving actual care it should break even treat everyone the same. I don’t feel that any two people should get different treatment not matter there area of where they live or how much they make. Yes we have rough neighborhoods that maybe need extra help then they should receive it and it goes in both directions all should be fair.