Julia Wolfe, FiveThirtyEight

Julia Wolfe


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Past articles by Julia:

How The Best NBA Teams Juggle Their Lineups

The Warriors and Nuggets play their stars together, while the Lakers and Clippers stagger their stars' minutes. → Read More

How Fast Is The Economy Recovering?

How far we still have to go before the economy is back where it was before the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

How Democrats Won The Georgia Runoffs

On Tuesday, Democrats won both Georgia runoff elections — and control of the U.S. Senate. Democrat Raphael Warnock defeated Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler 50.8 … → Read More

The 40 Weirdest (And Best) Charts We Made In This Long, Strange Year

Over the course of 2020, FiveThirtyEight’s visual journalists covered a historic election, an unprecedented year in sports, a raging pandemic and an economy in … → Read More

Where Are Georgia’s Senate Candidates Getting All That Cash From?

And will it even matter? → Read More

Who Will Win The Last Presidential Debate?

How voters feel about President Donald Trump and Joe Biden before and after the final 2020 presidential debate on October 22. → Read More

Who Will Win The Vice Presidential Debate?

A FiveThirtyEight/Ipsos poll on how voters feel about Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, and Donald Trump and Mike Pence, before and after the 2020 vice presidential debate on October 7 → Read More

September’s Jobs Report Is A Political Rorschach Test

The final jobs report before the presidential election is here. In September, 661,000 more people were employed than in August, and the unemployment rate fell t… → Read More

Who Will Win The First 2020 Presidential Debate?

How voters felt about 2020 presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump before and after the debate on September 29, 2020 → Read More

Who Won The Debate?

How voters felt about 2020 presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump before and after the debate on September 29, 2020 → Read More

The Easy Part Of The Economic Recovery Might Be Over

Is the economy finally starting to rebound? Based on the headline numbers from the August jobs report, things sure look that way. The report shows that the econ… → Read More

Yes, Unemployment Fell. But The Recovery Seems To Be Slowing Down.

After three straight months of declining unemployment, we have only just returned to levels of unemployment that rival the depths of the Great Recession. Friday… → Read More

The Unemployment Rate Is Falling, But More People Are Losing Their Jobs Permanently

These days, reading the monthly jobs report can feel like opening a time capsule. According to the data for June, which was released today, the recovery from th… → Read More

May’s Jobs Report Brought Good News — But Not For Everyone

We already knew the economic crisis of the coronavirus pandemic was moving much faster than our economic data could keep up with. But the most recent jobs repor… → Read More

Without A Vaccine, Herd Immunity Won’t Save Us

Daniel Arlein has already had COVID-19. In March, the 36-year-old small business owner and DJ, who lives in Brooklyn, tested positive for the viral infection an… → Read More

The Terrible Jobs Report Gets Worse The More You Read It

Remember last month, when the jobs report was bad but not apocalyptic? Those were the days. The most recent jobs report is a stunning picture of how the pandemi… → Read More

The Americans Who Suffered When the Economy Shut Down Are Also In More Danger As It Reopens

It’s been more than six weeks since Daniel last rode his bike to his office, where he works on the business operations team at a beverage company in the Pacific… → Read More

This Jobs Report Was Bad. The Next One Will Be Worse.

Well, it took 10 years, but the streak is over: There was a net loss of American jobs last month. That’s putting it mildly, actually. Today, the first jobs repo… → Read More

Who Will Win The Biden-Sanders Debate?

How Democratic primary voters feel about presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders before and after the Democratic debate on March 15, 2020 → Read More

Pick Your Own Super Tuesday Winners And Watch The Race Change

Decide whether Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Elizabeth Warren or Amy Klobuchar wins in each of the 15 presidential primary contests happening on Tuesday, March 3. Then see how the candidates’ odds of winning the Democratic nomination shift. → Read More