Election Day is upon us, and there are many issues that are top-of-mind for voters. Here are some of the top issues' search interest on Google in your state.
New analysis using AllSides Media Bias Ratings™ shows news headlines have gotten more negative over the last 20-odd years.
An AllSides Media Bias Analysis of Yahoo! News found its homepage favored stories from media outlets on the left.
The mental and psychological toll of news consumption remains largely unknown to the general news consumer.
The media's coverage of “antifascist” or “Antifa” movements can be used as an indication that they have biases, and the style of how it is presented by various outlets may offer insight into what they think about this group.
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!
American public opinion on legalizing marijuana has shifted drastically over the past couple decades.
President Biden's vaccine requirements have become severely controversial, leading to debates over public health, personal freedom, the U.S. Constitution, safety of the vaccines, and much else.
Which is better at preventing future COVID-19 infection: vaccine-induced immunity or natural immunity? Plus, how serious are the side effects after getting vaccinated?
Over 70% of Americans are confident the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. There is a large divide, however, among vaccinated and unvaccinated adults: while almost 9 in 10 of vaccinated adults believe the vaccines are safe, just over 1 in 4 unvaccinated adults agree.
About 77% of Americans agree that photo ID should be required when voting in U.S. elections, according to a recent survey conducted by AllSides.
COVID-19 has become a constant in the news cycle, but with so many competing narratives and sensationalism on both sides, it can be hard to get an understanding of where the numbers lie and what the risks are for different groups. Here is a breakdown of where things stand.
About 65% of Americans are currently dissatisfied with the nation’s policies to reduce or control crime, more than any time in the 21st century. This comes as President Biden’s approval rating on crime sits at 38% and the percentage of Americans that think crime is “extremely serious” sits at a 20-year high.
In the aftermath of the 2020 Presidential Election, a lot of debate has ensued around election procedures in the United States — heightened by allegations of voter fraud or voter suppression — which has led to hundreds of laws being proposed in nearly every U.S. state that would make significant changes to the voting process.