We examined search data to determine the top media outlets searched in each state in 2022. Here's how your state stacks up.
Media outlets are now assigned a number to represent their bias on a scale from left to right.
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.
CNN and Politico, long on the left, have new leadership committed to being more objective. Have their biases changed?
Is CNN (Left bias) fake news? President Donald Trump famously told a CNN reporter, “You’re fake news” in January 2017. Fake news is now a term that has been used countless times by the media, political leaders, commentators and everyday people. In particular, CNN has been at the center of...
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.
Understand what media bias is and what it means for news to be biased. AllSides provides over hundreds of Media Bias Ratings for media outlets, fact checkers, writers and more.
"Disturbing rise," "serious accusations" — it's important to be aware when journalists use adjectives, so you can decide for yourself whether the descriptor is acceptable.
Find out what news media outlets are most searched in your state, and see how they stack up against each other on the left-right spectrum!
After conducting research using AllSides Media Bias Ratings™, Media Research Center (Right) has said NewsGuard's credibility ratings are biased toward left-leaning news sites.
Cable news outlets have switched political colors over time. Red used to mean Democrat, and blue used to mean Republican.
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.
CNN has gone more left, Fox News more right. When media outlets change their bias, AllSides Media Bias Ratings™ reflect it.
We asked over 1,400 people across the political spectrum to blindly rate the bias of ABC, CBS, National Review, Reason magazine and USA TODAY.
We believe in full transparency here at AllSides. Here is a rundown of the relationships AllSides has with different media outlets and organizations, and how that impacts or does not impact what we provide to our customers.