As AllSides continues to track the 2024 elections, this blog is tracking major news, updates, poll data and examples of media bias.
To put it most simply and uncharitably, most voters are not particularly excited about being led by either fossil or a felon.
Donald Trump was the first American politician whose social media skills allowed him to build a direct relationship with his most fervent loyalists. But Trump’s ubiquitous presence was so relentless that Biden and his advisors decided that he would benefit from a lower media profile.
During a speech at the White House on Tuesday, another apparent speech gaffe by President Biden drew harsh reactions – some to the point of potential misinformation
Realistically, Biden has about six months to decide on his own terms. After that, the decision would be made for him— with daunting political implications.
The same nonthreatening persona that keeps Biden from scaring swing voters also prevents him from doing much to inspire his party’s base.
Two Republican state attorneys general are suing the Biden administration over alleged censorship. While the ongoing lawsuit has received widespread news and opinion coverage from the right, coverage from left-rated outlets has so far been rare.
The massive Republican advantage that appeared to be defining this critical campaign cycle is much smaller than expected.
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.
When it comes to reporting on developments from John Durham's probe, many news outlets have jumped the gun and come to their own conclusions.
Here's how the left and right analyzed President Joe Biden's first year in the Oval Office.
Several major polls reported this week that Biden's approval rating is at its lowest point of his presidency.
A few hours after Biden concluded his Jan. 6 remarks, a potentially uncomfortable challenge to the Democrats’ anti-Trump commitment emerged at the Capitol.
The more Biden talks about one goal, the less he talks about the other. The more he emphasizes one, the less likely he is to accomplish the other.
Harris’ defenders say criticisms of her are rooted in sexism and racism. But there may be even stronger historical forces working against her.
As the 2022 midterm election year begins in just a couple of weeks, the president and his team are very aware of the political toll that inflation can take on incumbent politicians.
Progressives are restless, and polls show that young people and minority voters are losing their enthusiasm for Biden.
From the Center This view is from an author rated as Center. President Joe Biden spoke at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia this week, where he called the debate over voting rights “the most significant test of our democracy since the Civil war.” The next day he went to...