The Unofficial Megyn Kelly Unofficial Top 100 Conservative Websites for 2016
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Credit: J.R. Elliott, Post Date: 15 JAN 2016
These are the top 100 conservative websites for 2016 according to Quantcast.com, the web’s number one in-depth source for website rankings.
Previous years we have relied on Alexa.com; however, camouflaged under the guise of a new-and-improved, more accurate algorithm, Alexa.com was caught ‘redhanded’ providing alternative news site deception. The company, owned by Amazon.com, instituted a new system that has precipitated plunges in the positions of FoxNews.com, the DrudgeReport, Breitbart.com, DailyCaller.com, Infowars.com, NewsMax.com, WND.com, RedFlagNews.com and many other “alternative” Internet news sites – or those which, like RedFlagNews.com, are, in one way or another, attempting to serve the role of government watchdog. We encourage you to read the detailed article below by our friend Joseph Farah at WND.com.
Quantcast’s technology is arguably the industry’s most in-depth understanding of digital audiences. This list is based on US rankings during a 6-month period ending in January 2016. It should give you a general idea since almost all of these sites are solely based on conservative American politics. If you want to know what’s happening with conservative politics in the US, this list should keep you busy for a while.
The team of experts at RedFlag painstakingly compile these lists on a biannual basis.
Do you not see your favorite website here? We are human . . . and do make mistakes. Websites must first qualify in global rankings prior to being entered into the US Leaderboard below. After confirming your rank with Quantcast, please submit your site at the bottom of this page.
Honorable mentions go out to the following websites since their data is blocked from public view on Quantcast, yet were ranked in 2015. If you are an owner of one of these sites, please contact us directly to get your hard work recognized on this leaderboard:
Media Research Center
White House Dossier