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CNN Exposed's Slant Index
The cnnX slant index measures the government, private interest, and/or corporate slant of any reviewed news story. The slant index spans from zero to ten, where ten means a story is heavily slanted and zero represents no slant.
Well balanced news stories that provide equal perspectives from all sides will typically have a low or zero slant rating, while stories that fail to provide adequate representation of alternative viewpoints will likely be awarded a high slant rating.
The inital slant indices and ratings are determined by cnnX, but readers may change these indices by voting. Next to each slant rating is a link where anyone may provide their own rating, which will immediately be reflected in the slant index. How's that for democracy?
CNN journalists who wish to contest a slant index rating or respond to a critique of one of their stories may do so at any time, by contacting cnnX directly.
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