Facts & Data / December 6th, 2022 / By Joseph Ratliff
The online news market is less equal than the AllSides Media Bias Chart™ might make it seem.
Recommended Reading / November 14th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
In an aberration from typical voting tendencies, a solid portion of the electorate was still willing to back down-ticket Democrats.
Recommended Reading / November 4th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
AllSides is helping you track the odds of those and the rest of the U.S. House and Senate races in the 2022 midterm elections, as several key states are expected to determine which political party will own control of Congress.
Recommended Reading / October 27th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
As AllSides continues to track the 2022 midterm elections, this blog is tracking major news, updates, poll data and examples of media bias related to the elections happening across the nation.
Story of the Week / July 14th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
President Biden is facing low approval ratings and frustration from within his own party.
Recommended Reading / March 21st, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
The first important ingredient for unanimity is a villain, and American public opinion has turned overwhelmingly against Vladimir Putin.
Story of the Week / January 20th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
Several major polls reported this week that Biden's approval rating is at its lowest point of his presidency.
Recommended Reading / August 3rd, 2021 / By "The Conversation" Contributor
Even though Americans shared the experience of living through a global pandemic, their individual attitudes towards it differed and evolved – sometimes dramatically. Here’s what we discovered.
Recommended Reading / June 25th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
From the Center This view is from an author rated as Center. Even by presidential standards, this week has been a particularly hectic one at the Biden White House. Take Wednesday, for example: It was the day after the Democrats’ high-priority voting reform bill had been filibustered to...
Recommended Reading / November 17th, 2020 / By Dan Schnur
The amounts of analysis that has been written, spoken and posted since Election Day could fill the Grand Canyon several times over. But the most important piece of data from this month’s election has received almost no attention whatsoever. Among the roughly three-quarters of voters who...
News / October 23rd, 2020 / By Joseph Ratliff
As the 2020 election approaches, more and more news coverage is devoted to opinion polls. This coverage aims to accurately portray how the American public feels about political candidates. However, polls bring with them a host of statistical complexities and political implications that...
News / July 30th, 2020 / By Gina Baleria
Recent conversations and controversies surrounding the venerable op-ed pages at the New York Times and Wall Street Journal have been framed in various ways, with commentators using phrases such as cancel culture, an attack on freedom of speech, an example of poor fact checking, and other...