Since Uber launched, the company has closely guarded data about the number of trips it gives, the size of its driver pool, and how many hours its drivers work. Today the company has released an analysis of some of that data, conducted by its head of policy research, as well as Princeton economist Alan Krueger. The 27-page report, which also draws from a recent driver survey, is below for closer reading by the curious and the skeptical.

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