The Times on Sunday published a list of 10 influential publications in the United States, and the top ten newspapers were dominated by progressive reloading presses.
The five liberal newspapers were:The Associated Press (AP), the Washington Post (WP), the New York Times (NYT), The New Yorker (NYU), and The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
The two right-leaning papers were:CNBC and CNN.
In all, the top 10 newspapers in the U.S. are owned by the right-wing outlets.
It’s not clear whether or not the left-leaning news outlets are more popular in the country.
For instance, The New York Post was the number one conservative outlet, with a whopping 41 percent of all online readership.
The Times was number three with 23 percent of the online readers.
The Times and the New Yorker are owned or controlled by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.
The Associated Post’s news organization and its editorial board is a conservative outfit.
The Washington Post is a liberal media outlet and has a conservative editorial board.
The Wall St. Journal is a centrist outlet and had a right-of-center editorial board last year.
The NYT is a right leaning outlet and is owned by News Corp., which also owns Fox News.
The liberal outlets are also dominated by pro-Trump outlets like Media Matters for America, which is the second largest liberal group behind Media Matters, and The Daily Caller, which has an overall readership of 10 million.
On the other side of the spectrum, the conservative-leaning sites have a majority of conservative readers and readers of the far-right Breitbart News.
The New Republic is also a right wing outlet.
Other publications in a conservative direction include the American Conservative Union and The American Prospect, which both have an overall circulation of about 2 million.
The conservative website Newsbusters is also on the list, with more than 3 million readers.
There are also conservative news sites on the left, like The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and The Blaze, which were both named the number three conservative website.