Media outlets are now assigned a number to represent their bias on a scale from left to right.
The world is (finally) understanding the critical problem of media bias and misinformation, and the need to address it seriously. It assaults our democratic society, our communities, our workplaces, our schools, our families – all of us. AllSides provides hope and a better way forward. We...
Since 2012, AllSides has rated the media bias of over 1,400 news media sources. Here's how some of those ratings have changed over time.
The online news market is less equal than the AllSides Media Bias Chart™ might make it seem.
A recent survey asked Americans to blindly rate the political bias of news reports from The New York Times and The New York Post.
The AllSides Media Bias Chart™ helps you to easily identify different perspectives and political leanings in the news so you can get the full picture and think for yourself.
The bias of BBC News’ online news reports was rated as Lean Left in the August 2022 AllSides Blind Bias Survey. Following an Editorial Review, which allows an AllSides panel to review a larger swath of content, AllSides decided to keep the rating for BBC News’ online reporting as Center
CNN and Politico, long on the left, have new leadership committed to being more objective. Have their biases changed?
Numerous studies found Wikipedia has a bias; co-founder Larry Sanger has accused the site of bias.
People across the political spectrum on average rated Newsmax as Right in the AllSides February 2022 Blind Bias Survey.
Newsweek’s bias rating was confirmed as Center in the February 2022 AllSides Blind Bias Survey.
Respondents across the political spectrum rated Insider as Lean Left on average in the AllSides February 2022 Blind Bias Survey.
The new AllSides Media Bias Chart™ features updated ratings for NPR, Newsmax, Insider, and more.
An AllSides analysis found the new White House briefing room seating chart heavily favors media outlets on the political left. This was also the case under President Trump and prior administrations.
AllSides has shifted the bias of Independent Journal Review (IJR), so we updated the AllSides Media Bias Chart™.
A Twitter analysis found media outlets AllSides rates as being on the right are amplified slightly more — 4% — than outlets AllSides rates as on the left.