The “Top 100” rankings were calculated by looking at Alexa rankings for roughly 150 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 30-day periods.
It’s important to note NRDP’s rankings do not indicate an ideological agreement with a listed site. There are multiple websites on this ranking list the team at NRDP would not publish with due to ideological concerns.
Compared to New Revere’s most recent rankings, taken in September 2018, the biggest movers in the top 50 are JudicialWatch, up 28 spots to 21st overall, and RushLimbaugh.com, up nine spots, to 31st overall.
Among the top 20 sites, the biggest winner is Washington Examiner, up six spots, while the biggest drop off occurred for Bizpacreview.com, which fell four spots, down to 18th overall.
If you have a site you think belongs in the Top 100 but wasn’t listed here, send an e-mail to the New Revere’s editor-in-chief, Justin Haskins, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PHOTO: Colin Hanna and Tucker Carlson speaking at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. Photo by Gage Skidmore. Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Top 100 Conservative Websites
Justin Haskins is a widely published writer and political commentator, the senior editor and founder of The Henry Dearborn Institute for Liberty, and the editorial director and research fellow at The Heartland Institute, a national free-market think tank. (His work here does not necessarily reflect the views of The Heartland Institute.). Follow him on Twitter @JustinTHaskins.