Which websites are the most conservative?
More than one in 10 US websites are “very conservative”, according to a new report from the tech site TechRadars.
While the report found that a majority of the sites it surveyed (57%) are based on a conservative ideology, it also revealed that a growing number of conservative websites are using the same content as mainstream websites.
While these conservative sites use a more conservative approach to their content than other websites, they are also using a higher proportion of the same types of articles and graphics as mainstream outlets.
For example, on the social media site Twitter, more than half of all the sites analyzed are focused on politics, and only 17% are focused solely on entertainment.
However, there is a growing trend of sites that are also content-rich, with a number of them taking a more progressive approach to the content they publish.
For instance, on Facebook, over half of the websites analyzed are using more progressive content.
On Instagram, the percentage of conservative content increased from 30% in 2016 to 37% in 2017.
And on Reddit, the share of progressive content increased to 40%.
Despite these growing trends, however, a large majority of websites are still conservative in some ways.
For instance, the majority of conservative sites (56%) are still focused on political and cultural topics, with the remaining sites focused on social justice and politics.
This article was first published on TechRadaris.