The WNYC Data News Team

The Data News Team infuses WNYC's journalism with data-driven stories, visuals and interactive features. It also helps people in the newsroom and at other New York Public Radio productions navigate databases, code and statistics.

Visit the Data News Team Tumblr for more information, team members and links to projects.

The WNYC Data News Team appears in the following:

Election Results: 2017 NY and NJ General Elections

Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Complete results for major contested races in the WNYC listening area.

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Voter Guide: Who You Gonna Call to Replace Chris Christie?

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Use this tool to find out where the major-party candidates stand. The election is November 7th.

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Your New York City Voter Guide to the 2017 Elections

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Find out who will be on your ballot. 

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2017 NYC Primary Elections Results

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Primary election results for New York City mayor, Brooklyn district attorney, City Council seats and more as they come in.

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Our Voter Guide for the 2017 Primary

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

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Primary elections for mayor, Brooklyn District Attorney, City Council members and more are today. Learn about the races in your district and where to go to vote.

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The Airing of Your MTA Grievances

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The MTA meeting is Wednesday, and our We the Commuters ambassador was there to bring your concerns, questions and comments to the attention of agency board members. 

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This Might Challenge What You Think About Medicaid

Thursday, July 06, 2017

Next week, the Senate will be back to consider health reform, including cuts to the Medicaid program. So we decided to take a deeper look at just who benefits from government healthcare.

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Voter Guide: Who's Running To Succeed Gov. Chris Christie

Friday, May 26, 2017

Time to vote, New Jersey! You can choose a candidate for governor in the primary on June 6. WNYC and NJ Spotlight break down where the candidates stand on key issues.

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Your Vote Didn't Count, and the Board Didn't Tell You in Time to Do Anything About It

Friday, May 12, 2017

Of the 168,000 people who cast affidavit ballots in last November’s election, more than 78,000 did not count. Guess how many voters the Board notified by the legal deadline?

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Stories Of Urban Resilience Shared By Our Audience

Friday, April 28, 2017

Our "Design by Community" series highlights everyday New Yorkers starting projects to improve their neighborhood. Here are some projects submitted by our audience.

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Allergic to Salad: Learning to Cook Healthy Food

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

To get kids to eat vegetables, one New Yorker is partnering with restaurants to host cooking classes for kids. This story is part of our "Design by Community" series. 

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Participatory Budgeting: The People’s Budget

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Residents on Staten Island's North Shore voted on how to spend one million dollars in their community. Winning projects will be announced Wednesday. 

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Caracol Interpreters Cooperative: Bridging Language Barriers

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

This worker-owned business that provides Spanish/English services is a model for interpreter organizations across the city.

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NYC’s First Community Garden

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Our "Design by Community" series continues with a look at the history and current challenges of New York City's first community garden.

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Residents Push MTA for Upgrades at Fourth Avenue Station

Monday, April 24, 2017

Through setting up a fantasy subway station, residents gathered ideas and pressured the MTA to make upgrades quicker.

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A Year After Brooklyn Voter Purge Scandal, a Timeline of Action and Inaction

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Elected leaders vowed to tackle how New York State runs its elections after last year's disastrous presidential primary. So how'd they do?

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MAP: Find the Lead-Tainted Water Fountains in NYC Schools

Thursday, March 30, 2017

While city workers are fixing water fountains in the public schools tainted by high levels of lead, WNYC is attempting to map every lead-positive fountain — but we need your help.

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Transportation Services Resuming. Check Our Updated Transit Tracker.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Mayor de Blasio last night urged New Yorkers to stay off the streets, but the Blizzard Warning has now been downgraded to a Winter Weather Advisory. Here's what else you need to know.

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Where Members of Congress Stood on the Republican Health Care Bill

Friday, March 10, 2017

NPR, WNYC and dozens of other member stations tracked where lawmakers around the country stood on the controversial bill.

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De Blasio's Latest Homeless Plan Faces Obstacles

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

The mayor plans to help the homeless stay in the neighborhoods they come from and distribute shelters more fairly across the city. Can he do both at once?

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