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Stories by Mona Chalabi
Mona Chalabi is data editor at Guardian US.
A Chronicle of Fear: Seven Days as a Muslim Immigrant in America
Posted on: Feb 1, 2017, Source: The Guardian
Last week, I stood staring at my bathroom shelf. How many new rolls of toilet paper should I buy? The question is so difficult it makes my throat close up.
Statisticians Fear Trump White House Will Manipulate Figures to Fit Narrative
Posted on: Jan 30, 2017, Source: The Guardian
Experts, including former chief statistician of the US and outgoing head of Bureau of Labor Statistics, see threats to system of public, accurate data.
Trump's Angry White Men and Why There Are More of Them Than You Think
Posted on: Jan 8, 2016, Source: The Guardian
Statistics point to conspiracy theories, mediocre wages and a deeply held belief that this group is anything but racist.
How Much Caffeine Is in Your Favorite Drink?
Posted on: Nov 27, 2013, Source: The Guardian
People are increasingly aware of the side-effects of caffeine - but do they know the volume of the drug they're drinking in their favorite beverages? Get the data here
Shutdown: What Happens Now?
Posted on: Oct 1, 2013, Source: The Guardian
Here's a quick guide to the numbers behind the headlines.
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