Daily Cardinal media bias rating is Center.

The Daily Cardinal bias rating is Center. As of May 2017, a small majority of the 240 AllSides users who have voted on this topic disagree with this rating. Of those who disagree, most believe that The Daily Cardinal has a Lean Left bias. As of right now, there is not enough research to change the Center rating.

 

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The Daily Cardinal is a student newspaper that serves the University of Wisconsin–Madison community. One of the oldest student newspapers in the country,[1] it began publishing on Monday, April 4, 1892.[2] The newspaper is financially and editorially independent of the university and is a nonprofit organization. The newspaper is published in print on Monday and Thursday. Madeline Heim is the newspaper's current editor-in-chief. The Cardinal's motto, printed at the bottom of every front page and taken from an 1894 declaration by the university's board of regents, is "...the great state University of Wisconsin should ever encourage that continual and fearless sifting and winnowing by which alone the truth can be found." [source: Wikipedia]

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