Estimating how many residents left New York City, neighborhood by neighborhood.
Kevin QuealyNew in today's Upshot, a serious attempt at answering a question I think almost all New Yorkers have wondered:
How many people have actually left?
Our ballpark answer: about 5 percent, roughly 420,000 people.
Why recognizability matters, to politicians and celebrities alike.
Kevin QuealyNew today in Upshot, a quiz that asks you a simple question: who is in this photograph?
• Most Americans under 40 can't identify @JoeBiden when shown only his picture
• PewDiePie and @JeffreeStar are more recognizable to teenagers than any Dem. 2020 candidate
• What @mikebloomberg's ad buy did for his recognizability
Kevin QuealyNew today in Upshot, an update of the Nike Vaporfly shoe analysis we did last year.
Now based on more than 1m marathons and half marathons, we found that the advantage shoes like these bestow is real — and larger than we thought.