Ariel Edwards-Levy, FiveThirtyEight

Ariel Edwards-Levy


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Past articles by Ariel:

More And More Americans Say They’ll Get Vaccinated — But It’s Still Unclear Just How Many Will

In the first months of 2021, COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts have taken a rapid hold across the U.S. with Americans, on the whole, increasingly willing to… → Read More

Raising The Minimum Wage Would Have Been A Popular Move, Polls Show

Support for increasing the minimum wage to $15 was near-universal among Democrats. → Read More

Republicans Still Haven't Convinced Many Americans That Joe Biden Is A Radical Leftist

Only a third of Americans say they think the president is "too extreme." → Read More

After Impeachment Trial, Trump Voters More Convinced Than Ever Of His Innocence

Among the public at large, less than a third say they think the ex-president did enough to condemn the siege of the U.S. Capitol by his supporters. → Read More

Here's What People Miss Most From Their Pre-Pandemic Lives

In a new HuffPost/YouGov survey, Americans look back at everything they've lost since the coronavirus took hold in the country last year. → Read More

Americans Want Bigger Stimulus Checks — Even If GOP Isn't On Board

"More money" may be an easier message to sell than "bipartisanship," a new HuffPost/YouGov survey on coronavirus relief finds. → Read More

Biden Voters Are More Likely Than Trump Voters To Favor Bipartisan Efforts

Most backers of the new president expect him to make an effort at bipartisanship, a new survey finds. → Read More

Republicans Seek To Distance Themselves From The Mob That Stormed The Capitol: Poll

The share who say they approve of the siege has fallen since last week, a HuffPost/YouGov survey finds. → Read More

Slim Majority Of Voters Approve Of Social Media Outlets Locking Trump's Accounts

Only about one-fifth of voters think President Trump's tweets have generally helped his cause, a new survey finds. → Read More

What Do Polls Of The Georgia Senate Runoffs Actually Tell Us?

There's little data ― and a lot of room for caution ― about public opinion on the two elections. → Read More

GOP Voters Say They'd Back Trump Over Congressional Republicans

Republican Trump voters are more likely to identify with the president than their political party, a new survey finds. → Read More

Will Americans Take A Coronavirus Vaccine? Here's What Surveys Can (And Can't) Tell Us

With a vaccine rollout just getting underway in the U.S., public opinion remains in flux. → Read More

How Much Do Identities Like Gender Matter To Voters? Depends On The Voter.

Female Democrats are likelier than female Republicans to feel a sense of unity with other women. → Read More

Here Are The Sad & Funny Holiday Gifts Employees Would Actually Want To Get

A new HuffPost/YouGov survey shows the gulf between what Americans want to get for the holidays and what employers want to gift. → Read More

People Really, Really Don't Want A Company Holiday Party This Year

A new HuffPost/YouGov survey demonstrates how unpopular work parties are in 2020. → Read More

Joe Biden Gets Modestly Positive Initial Marks On Coronavirus

The Trump administration had positive marks at the start of the pandemic, but has gradually lost the public's trust. → Read More

The Surprising Liberalism Of Some Republican Voters

Why Florida voted for Donald Trump and raising the minimum wage. → Read More

Polls Underestimated Trump Again. Here's What We Know So Far.

And what it could mean for polling going forward. → Read More

Trump Has Dominated Voters' Attention Throughout The Campaign. That Doesn't Seem To Have Helped Him.

In a new set of HuffPost/YouGov polling, voters say they've heard largely negative things about the president. → Read More

Here Are Voters' Top Issues For 2020

A HuffPost/YouGov poll shows what voters care most about -- and how well that matches up with what Donald Trump and Joe Biden are saying. → Read More