The Hill’s AllSides Media Bias Rating™ was confirmed as Center in our May 2022 Blind Bias Survey.
On a scale of -9 to +9 with 0 representing Center, respondents on average rated The Hill as -0.76, putting it in the Center media bias category, and close to Lean Left.

The box plot in the visualization above represents the interquartile range, or middle 50% of responses when normalized.

On average, respondents who self-reported being on the left or in the center rated The Hill as Center. Respondents on the right, on average, rated The Hill as Lean Left.

Republicans rated The Hill as Lean Left on average, while Democrats and Independents rated The Hill on the left side of Center.

A total of 924 respondents from across the political spectrum – people who identified as Left, Lean Left, Center, Lean Right, or Right – rated the media bias of The Hill. Sign up to participate in our next Blind Bias Survey here.

When normalized, 43% of respondents rated The Hill as left of center (13% Left, 30% Lean Left), 34% rated it as in the exact center, and 23% rated it as right of center (6% Right, 16% Lean Right).

RELATED: See how respondents rated the bias of The Epoch Times, Politico, Forbes, The Hill, and The Daily Wire. Get the latest AllSides Blind Bias Survey results.

The last time AllSides conducted a Blind Bias Survey for The Hill was in February 2020, which found that the outlet was in the Center category and close to Lean Left.

The Hill’s media bias rating is featured on the AllSides Media Bias Chart™.

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