National Review Fact Check

AllSides Media Bias Rating™: Right
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The bias meter value for National Review Fact Check is 4.10. -6 is the furthest "Left" value and 6 is the furthest "Right" value.
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  • Editorial Review: Jul 2021
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  • AllSides has medium confidence in this bias rating.

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National Review Fact Check
National Review Fact Check
Bias Rating Right
Type Fact Check
Region National
Website nationalreview.com/forgotten-fact-checks
What a Right Bias Rating Means

The source displays media bias in ways that strongly align with conservative, traditional, or right-wing thought and/or policy agendas. A Right rating is our most conservative rating on the political spectrum.

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About National Review Fact Check's Bias Rating

National Review Fact Check is a fact check source with an AllSides Media Bias Rating™ of Right.

What a "Right" Rating Means

Sources with an AllSides Media Bias Rating of Right display media bias in ways that strongly align with conservative, traditional, or right-wing thought and/or policy agendas. A Right bias is the most conservative rating on the political spectrum.

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National Review Fact Check Rated Right in October 2023 Small Group Editorial Review

In October 2023, the AllSides team conducted a Small Group Editorial Review of National Review’s (Right bias) weekly Forgotten Fact Checks column that returned an AllSides Media Bias Rating™ of Right with a numerical rating of 4.1.

A small group of AllSides reviewers — one person each with a bias on the left, center, and right — reviewed fact check content from National Review for media bias.

Forgotten Fact Checks often criticized Democrats and liberal publications like Washington Post (Lean Left bias) and New York Times (Lean Left bias), but rarely criticized Republicans or conservative publications. Forms of bias most apparent in the Forgotten Fact Checks column were story choice, sensationalism, bias by omission, presenting opinion as fact, and slant.

During the review, the team noted much of the content featured in the weekly Forgotten Fact Checks column was not explicitly fact checking. The column, which is run by National Review’s news desk (Lean Right bias), typically featured media commentary in the form of opinion or analysis as the main angle for its weekly story. After this main portion, articles included two smaller sections distinguished by subheadings, “Headline Fail of the Week” and “Media Misses” (these featured several brief instances of media commentary), which sometimes included fact checking.

At the time of review topics covered frequently included U.S. politics, the Israel-Hamas conflict, liberal media, and the Biden administration.


National Review Fact Check Rated Right in July 2021 Small Group Editorial Review

In July 2021 the AllSides team conducted a Small Group Editorial Review of National Review’s Forgotten Fact Checks column that returned an AllSides Media Bias Rating™ of Right with a numerical rating of 4.0.

While it did fact-check the right, it fact-checked the left more often. Further, it often showed bias through dramatic/subjective language such as “cue the woke mob,” “blatant display of questionable reporting,” or “the Democratic double standard.” Weekly segments called “Headline Fail of the Week” and “Media Misses” consistently target Left and Lean Left media outlets with critiques like “this honor goes to the Washington Post for carrying on the public-opinion war against DeSantis.”

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As of May 2024, people have voted on the AllSides Media Bias Rating for National Review Fact Check. On average, those who disagree with our rating think this source has a Lean Right bias.

Confidence Level

Confidence is determined by how many reviews have been applied and consistency of data.

As of May 2024, AllSides has medium confidence in our Right rating for National Review Fact Check. An Editorial Review or Blind Bias Survey has affirmed this rating, or multiple reviews have returned differing results. If we perform more bias reviews and gather consistent data, this confidence level will increase.

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