Below is New Revere Daily Press’ official list of the Top 100 Conservative Websites on the Internet, as well as Editor-in-Chief Justin Haskins’ “Justin’s Picks” rankings, for November 2017.
The “Top 100” rankings were calculated by looking at Alexa rankings for roughly 180 conservative websites (U.S. ranks only). Global rankings were excluded because the point of the site is to look at popular U.S. conservative sites; foreign data would skew the results. Data is calculated by Alexa over a three-month period (at least, that’s the description we were able to find on the Alexa site).
It’s important to note NRDP’s rankings do not indicate an ideological agreement with a listed site. In fact, I’m sure there is some material on many of these sites that the NRDP team would find objectionable.
“Justin’s Picks” offers New Revere Editor-in-Chief Justin Haskins’ favorite websites, ranked based on quality and influence.
Compared to New Revere’s most recent rankings, taken in August 2017, the biggest movers in the top 50 were The Heritage Foundation’s blog, which moved up 11 spots to 34th overall, and Red State, which moved up 8 spots to 29th overall.
Among the top 20 sites, the biggest winner was Breitbart.com, which has now surpassed FoxNews.com as the number-one conservative website in America. The biggest losers were Conservative Tribune and WND.com, both of which fell three spots.
Please note that we removed The Hill from our list because, as some readers have pointed out, the website includes both liberal and conservative writers. The Hill remains an excellent source for conservatives, however, which is why Justin included it in his “Justin’s Picks” rankings that appear after the “Top 100 Conservative Websites” list.
If you have a site you think belongs in the Top 100 but wasn’t listed here, send an e-mail to Justin at Jinc1910@gmail.com.
Top 100 Conservative Websites