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Evaluate a News Source for Bias

Do you wonder if the news you're reading or listening to contains bias?  Use this interactive chart to help you evaluate your resource.  Various news sources are listed at the bottom of the chart.  Click on them to see where they fall on the chart.  You can also see how the same topic was covered by a variety of sources.  
 
 
This interactive chart is provided by Ad Fontes Media.  Here is their mission:
 

At Ad Fontes Media, our mission is to make news consumers smarter and news media better.

 

This is a tall order, because we have a big problem in our news media landscape: too much junk news. Junk news is like junk food, and just like junk food has caused massive health epidemics in our country, junk news is causing a massive polarization epidemic.

 

We are optimistic that together, we can rise to this challenge. It is imperative that we do.

 

A problem this big requires a multi-pronged solution and participation from all the stakeholders in good journalism. Our focus is on the following:

 

We analyze and rank news content and display those rankings in a way that is easy for people to understand.