A new study finds conservative news websites are more influential than their liberal counterparts
The American Enterprise Institute’s (AEI) latest study found conservative news sites are more authoritative than their liberals.
The study analyzed data from more than 7,500 news articles, which it categorized as “Conservative news,” “Liberal news,” or “News about the news,” and found the content of the articles that were conservative was significantly more influential in determining which sites received clicks.
For example, the most influential article was the story that declared Donald Trump the winner of the popular vote.
The AEI study found that on average, conservative news site Breitbart.com received 1.8 times more clicks than liberal news site Buzzfeed.com.
That’s a huge difference, with Breitbart.net receiving more clicks on average than the average liberal news outlet.
The most influential Breitbart article on average was a story from March 2016 in which a CNN anchor called the Democratic National Committee and Bernie Sanders supporters “dumb.”
The study also found that the most powerful Breitbart article was a Breitbart article in June 2017, which argued that the Clinton campaign was being paid to incite violence.
BuzzFeed.com is the most-visited news site among conservative news sources, with more than 8.7 million unique visitors a month.
Buzzfeed.net also has the second-most traffic among conservative sites, followed by Breitbart.org.
The article that received the most clicks on Breitbart.
Net was an article from March 2017 in which CNN anchor Jake Tapper referred to Democratic National Convention chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as “dumbshit Democrats.”
The article went viral and received over 3.6 million page views.
Buzzflash.com, the next most popular Breitbart.NET article, was the most popular news article on the site, with 3.1 million unique page views in March 2017.
The data also showed that Breitbart.tv is the site with the most traffic among the conservative sites.
The network has more than 9 million unique unique visitors per month.
Conservative news sites and their trafficThe study found there were four key differences between conservative news outlets and their liberal peers.
The most notable difference is that conservative news content was significantly less influential than liberal content.
For instance, conservative sites had far more clicks during election time.
The AEI found that conservative media websites received 1,639 times more page views than liberal media websites.
On average, liberal news sites received 724 times more Pageviews during election day.
However, conservative media sites had over 2,300 times more.
Conservative media sites also tended to skew their traffic toward higher-traffic websites, like CNN, Breitbart, Fox News, and Breitbart.co.
A more detailed analysis of the data will be released soon.
The report found that Breitbart and Buzzfeed are more dominant among conservative websites than liberal sites, but there were also many exceptions.
For example, Breitbart.biz received more traffic than other conservative sites on average during the presidential election.