The Stranger, 12/7/2015
However, the survey doesn't answer other major questions about the working conditions for drivers—questions that are at the heart of the unionization debate in Seattle. Among them: How much are drivers making?
Working Washington, the labor-backed group pushing for the unionization bill, also takes issue with the way Uber presented today's survey data. Sage Wilson, a spokesperson for the group, says in an e-mail that the company pulled a "statistical trick" because it packaged the results of the survey based on the number of drivers rather than hours worked by those drivers.