It is very imperative as a public speaker to know your audience. It’ll assist you in relating to and understanding your audience’s point of view. On the off chance that done well, your audience analysis will give bits of knowledge that will assist you in delivering your message, and tailor your conveyance to suit this specific audience. The point of demographic audience analysis is to find who you’re talking to. Depending on your subject and message, a few of the following questions will be very vital while doing a demographic analysis such as: How old are they? A speech about time and space would be very different if you are speaking with a group of school-age children versus a group of scientists. Also, is your audience primarily a certain race, culture, or ethnicity? This might affect your message, choice of dialect, motions, and other perspectives of your discourse. Another important aspect to consider is What is their personality type? Introverts and outgoing people have very diverse inclinations which will certainly affect your approach. Furthermore, understanding your audiences’ demographics will play a huge role in how your speech plays out.