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RT @rachelmlenzi: If you’re into this kind of thing, @UpshotNYT gives the #Bills an 82 percent chance of making the playoffs. https://t.c…
RT @kevinQ: The @UpshotNYT interactive @NFL playoff simulator is now up and running, with: • New features • cleaner UI • loads faster • 100…
RT @TeamKalkiUN: The Best Health Care System in the World: Which One Would You Pick? https://nyti.ms/2jEmqd9 via @UpshotNYT
RT @philip_weinberg: “Parents with irregular schedules had less money and time for family meals, playing with children or helping them with…
RT @demos_graphy: How Connected Is Your Community to Everywhere Else in America? https://nyti.ms/2Dck66X via @UpshotNYT
What better way to show that polls reflect the views of actual people than to meet, and photograph, the poll respondents themselves? https://nyti.ms/2MAZLd4
Workers’ job quality was worse when they had a direct supervisor of a different race. https://nyti.ms/35FGfVC
Taking another look at the possible costs of Medicare for all, as estimated by a handful of experts. https://nyti.ms/2OSwsWf
Automation vs. artisanship ... https://nyti.ms/2IZjqm9
RT @aaronecarroll: @NateSilver538 We did a whole thing on this @UpshotNYT @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/02/21/upshot/up-medicareforall.html
RT @anndouglas: More about how precarious employment and inconsistent scheduling makes life harder and more stressful for parents and kids…
RT @greenhousenyt: More Evidence of Corporate America Showing Fundamental Disrespect for Workers >> A survey of 30,000 hourly workers found…
New research shows that African-Americans, Hispanics and other minorities — particularly women — are much more likely to be assigned irregular schedules. https://nyti.ms/2IRwWYM
At the Upshot, we have tried to emphasize that polls are simply a structured way of talking to real people. https://nyti.ms/2B6vmhw
Re-upping our estimate from earlier this year of what experts estimate Medicare for All might cost. https://nyti.ms/2MPH9pV
RT @nytgraphics: Now that the October Democratic debate is over, see who's made it so far for the one next month: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/us/politics/democratic-debate-lineup.html
RT @PeteDominick: Nobody busts more myths more often than my boy @aaronecarroll who does it again and again. Sit back and relax with a diet…
RT @nytgraphics: Take a look at the shifting financial fortunes of the 2020 Democrats. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/10/16/us/elections/democratic-q3-fundraising.html
RT @NYTStyles: WeWork planned a residential utopia. It hasn’t turned out that way. https://nyti.ms/2Me9Sp2
RT @nytgraphics: How the rankings shifted in each quarter for the 10 Democratic candidates who raised the most money this summer. https://t…
RT @alixgouldwerth: Intrigued? For more, check out @clairecm's @nytimes piece on @Shift_UCB's new research and the policies that result fro…
Work hours that are unpredictable and of unwanted amounts (too much or not enough) affect many employees, but particularly nonwhite ones. https://nyti.ms/2MLACwj
RT @WilcoxNMP: @KristenHarknett @dannyjschneider @equitablegrowth Unstable work takes a big toll on working class, black and Hispanic famil…
Chemicals are bad for you, right? Well, sometimes. But everything is a chemical. https://nyti.ms/2MeOikq
People with unpredictable work schedules feel more stress. New research finds that their children do, too. https://nyti.ms/31gpDQU
RT @WilliamGerardi3: Nothing has changed since my MBA thesis paper - Switzerland wins The Best Health Care System in the World: Which One…
RT @palafo: Fact checks https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/15/us/politics/fact-check-october-debate.html
Wealth tax? @Neil_Irwin took a look at this not that long ago. https://nyti.ms/2MOY7EG
RT @sangerkatz: Lots of talk tonight about what “Medicare for all” would cost and how we would pay for it. Here’s some detail on what econo…
RT @mccanner: "Given that the news media also needs to publish to survive — if you didn’t know, people love to read about food and health —…
This is a handy guide on this debate issue. https://nyti.ms/2pruHoo
RT @researchmatters: I love how this @aaronecarroll about diet soda isn’t really about diet soda https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/14/upshot/diet-soda-health-myths.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share via ⁦@nytimes⁩ #…
RT @nytgraphics: We're live tracking the speaking time of each of the 12 candidates in the Democratic debate. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/10/15/us/elections/debate-speaking-time.html
RT @aaronecarroll: We’re really gonna do another hour on Medicare-for-all, like that’s the only way we can reform the health care system, a…
Feeling a little lost in the weeds of the health care debate? This homey metaphor can help. (Stay for the illustrations.) https://nyti.ms/2IOHWpV
Elizabeth Warren is sparring with fellow Democrats tonight, but over the years she has also been sparring with academics over a paper she published in 2005. https://nyti.ms/2MgCYV0
RT @emilymbadger: The demographics of Britain have changed enough in the last three years that a Brexit re-do would likely produce a differ…
RT @vavreck: What do you want to know? @CTausanovitch & I are tracing importance of ideas across time and geography going in to 2020 with @…
Nice presentation. Polls before and after the candidates take the stage tonight, from @FiveThirtyEight https://nyti.ms/32izdUD
An oldie but a goodie on polling, https://nyti.ms/32i3wLf
RT @gill_mcgoldrick: I'll say it. I love Diet Coke. Bring it on, healthy people. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/14/upshot/diet-soda-health-myths.html?te=1&nl=the-upshot&emc=edit_up_20191014?campaign_id=29&instance_id=13061&segment_id=17867&user_id=90aec6d9cd0166ac3f7506668987b74a®i_id=84443603
RT @elizabethjdias: Wondering how the NYT reports about the United States? Here’s the insider scoop on how my ace colleagues @NYTNational t…
RT @nytgraphics: Who will control northeast Syria? How will this turn out for the Kurds? How are civilians being affected? Will ISIS come b…
Academics need to publish, and people like to read stories  about nutrition and health. https://nyti.ms/2BbUa7S
How immigrants have helped cities, and vice versa. https://nyti.ms/2nILu5D
RT @JGreenDC: the reason you shouldn't drink diet soda is because it's disgusting, not for health reasons https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/14/upshot/diet-soda-health-myths.html
RT @jflier: If I wanted to write about the “diet soda myth”, I could only hope to do so as well as ⁦@aaronecarroll⁩ does here. Reasons the…
RT @emilymbadger: This story of the gray-ing of San Francisco reminds me of the brightly colored doors I encountered in Raleigh (and now no…
RT @emilymbadger: Andrew Yang is trying to reach younger men on Facebook. Joe Biden is trying to reach older woman. Fascinating analysis…
RT @darlin: The data is there. The Immigrants Trump Denounces Have Helped Revive the Cities He Scorns https://nyti.ms/32kutOs
 
 
 
 
 
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