The Christian Science Monitor has maintained its reputation within the news industry as a well-run, high quality news organization with minimal bias. Rather than narrowing its focus like much of current mainstream media, its primary aim is to provide fair and in-depth analyses from multiple perspectives, seeking to provide meaningful instead of sensational news. In December of 2013, the AllSides community overwhelmingly agreed with a center rating by more than a 3 to 1 ratio. As of May 2016, The Christian Science Monitor’s AllSides Bias Rating™ remained the same, despite a small majority of nearly 2500 community members disagreeing with our center rating. 70 of those who disagreed produced an average bias score of 62 in a follow-up survey, which barely falls in the range of a lean left bias, not enough to change it rating from center.
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The Christian Science Monitor is an independent international news organization with the stated goal of understanding the world’s problems in order to move toward solutions. Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Church of Christ, Scientist, founded the Christian Science Monitor in 1908. The newspaper’s inception was, in part, a response by Eddy to the sensationalist media practices at the time. Currently, the Christian Science Monitor offers coverage via its website, a weekly magazine, daily news briefings and email newsletters. Despite its name, it does not claim to be religious-themed or to promote the doctrine of its patron church, though it does include a daily religious feature on “The Home Forum” page.
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