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About Ars Technica's Bias Rating
Ars Technica is a news media source with an AllSides Media Bias Rating™ of Center.
What a "Center" Rating Means
Sources with an AllSides Media Bias Rating of Center either do not show much predictable media bias, display a balance of articles with left and right biases, or equally balance left and right perspectives.
Center doesn't mean better! A Center media bias rating does not necessarily mean a source is totally unbiased, neutral, perfectly reasonable, or credible, just as Left and Right don't necessarily mean extreme, wrong, unreasonable, or not credible. AllSides encourages people to read outlets across the political spectrum.Learn more about Center ratings
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As of September 2023, people have voted on the AllSides Media Bias Rating for Ars Technica. On average, those who disagree with our rating think this source has a Lean Left bias.
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As of September 2023, AllSides has low or initial confidence in our Center rating for Ars Technica. If we perform more bias reviews and gather consistent data, this confidence level will increase.