Good question. Three things that resonate with me: 1. My favorite part about his presentation of the facts is the way he uses charts and graphs to communicate the current state of things. 2. He then models the data so that he has an accurate representation of what we should expect in the days, weeks, and months to come. This is helpful so we, his viewers, can plan. I tend to think in linear progression, its very hard for me to understand exponential growth without being shown the data. I think its helpful to see the charts, know the numbers, know the timing, and plan from there. 3. Lastly, he reads through medical research papers and peer reviewed journals prior to making his daily videos, and deciphers them in plain english for his viewers. Most of these papers are international. I like to know what international universities, doctors, hospitals and governments are doing so I can gauge how the US is responding and how I should act in reference to my governments response.