AllSides rates The Hill’s coverage of Washington news as center biased. This rating is consistent with the website’s aim of offering non-partisan and objective coverage of the capitol. Out of more than 300 community members, a slim majority agreed with our center AllSides Bias Rating™. Among 11 of those who disagreed, The Hill received an average bias rating of 40.9, barely inside the boundary between a center and a lean right bias.
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The Hill is an American political newspaper published in Washington, D.C. Its goal is to report on the intersection of politics and business, as well as to offer comprehensive insight into all factors of legislative decisions. The Hill’s print circulation, which is the largest of any Capitol Hill publication, comes in at more than 24,000, including every Congressional office and the White House. In addition to print, it publishes content on its website, which features six blogs dedicated to specific political and policy issues.
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