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Wordle Answers

Cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater!

About This Data

The New York Times maintains an updated list of the potential five-letter solves. This list can be found here: https://static.nytimes.com/newsgraphics/2022/01/25/wordle-solver/assets/solutions.txt.

Things to try in the data set:

Group Data

Roll data up into groups of values within a column to look for trends. Place groups inside of groups to drill down another level, then group again!

Filter Data

Use the filters to narrow down the file to the values that interest you most. Only show values that include, exclude, contain, or are greater than a value (to name a few). Then add another level of filtering with AND / OR logic to dive deeper.

Search Data

Not sure where to start? Use search to find values in the file and then go back and filter or group the entire data set down to just that value.

Grouped Letter #1 to see which letter occurs the most overall. Repeat for all Letter #'s.

Filter the words on the Letter "Q" to see which ones contain this unpopular letter.

Chart of most popular Letter #1's

Data Highlights

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The most likely letter in any position? E, in the fifth position.


Of the 2,309 potential solutions, 29 have a Q.


The most likely first letter? S

Key Insights


In late 2021, the web-based word game Wordle exploded in popularity. From 90 users in November, to 2 million in January, it was the kind of viral growth software companies dream about. Amazingly, it was all done by one Welsh developer. He eventually sold his program to the New York Times for “low seven figures”. Check out our blog that details how to cheat at Wordle with this data

Every day there is a new a five-letter word chosen by the program. Players have six guesses to figure out the word. After every guess, each letter is marked as either green, yellow or gray: 

  • Green indicates that letter is correct and in the correct position 

  • Yellow means it is in the answer but not in the right position

  • Gray indicates it is not in the answer at all