AllSides Media Bias Rating: Right

What does a Right media bias rating mean?

Sources with a Right AllSides Media Bias Rating™ display media bias in ways that strongly align with conservative, traditional, or right-wing thought and/or policy agendas. Some of these sources or writers may be considered "right-wing news."

A Right media bias rating from AllSides doesn't necessarily mean the source is extreme, wrong, not credible, or unreasonable, just as a Center rating doesn't necessarily mean the source is the most fair, credible, or reasonable. We encourage people to read outlets across the political spectrum to get multiple perspectives.

Outlets with a Right AllSides Media Bias Rating™ fall between and +3.00 to +6.00 on the AllSides Media Bias Meter™.

The bias meter rating categories are as follows:

Left: -6.00 to -3.00

Lean Left: -2.99 to -1.00

Center: -0.99 to +0.99

Lean Right: +1.00 to +2.99

Right: +3.00 to +6.00

Sources with a Right media bias rating are simply most likely to show favor for:

  • Freedom of speech
  • Traditional family values
  • Decreasing taxes
  • Preserving the rights of gun owners
  • Outlawing or restricting abortion
  • Reliance on personal responsibility rather than government fiat
  • Decreasing federal regulations, giving more power to state laws
  • Decreasing government spending and involvement in economic issues 
  • Preserving the philosophy and rules enshrined in the U.S. Constitution
  • Rejection of total equality or equity as an organizing principle of society
  • Belief in equality under the law and equal opportunity, with no favoritism, subsidies, or targeted prohibitions imposed by government
  • Belief in the sovereignty of the individual over the collective and the preservation of all personal freedoms (libertarian thought)
  • Belief that some personal freedoms may need to be limited (such as drug use) to maintain public order and societal flourishing (conservative thought)
  • Belief that government should be as small and non-intrusive as possible, leaving individuals to make their own decisions (libertarian thought)
  • Belief that government should encourage decisions that lead to societal flourishing (such as family formation) and discourage harm (conservative thought)
  • Rejection of left-wing identity politics, gender identity, affirmative action, the “welfare state”
  • Maintaining strong border security; ensuring all immigrants enter through a legal process or restricting immigration entirely
  • Rejection of laws that impose unnecessary burdens on businesses/the economy
  • Belief that the government needs to provide some collective goods (water, public parks, libraries) but its scope should be very limited
  • Belief that tradition and prevailing cultural norms contain wisdom that has been handed down and should be preserved
  • Preserving a traditional moral framework, often as outlined in religious traditions, through the use of state laws
  • Balanced government budgets and fiscal conservatism

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