Use this template when you have identified a serious issue regarding WP:Neutral point of view in the introduction to an article.
Drive-by tagging is strongly discouraged. The editor who adds this tag needs to discuss concerns on the talk page, pointing to specific issues that are actionable within the content policies. In the absence of such a discussion, or if it remains unclear what the NPOV violation is, the tag may be removed by any editor.
The purpose of this group of templates is to attract editors with different viewpoints to edit articles that need additional insight. This template should not be used as a badge of shame. Do not use this template to "warn" readers about the article.
This template should only be applied to articles whose lead sections are reasonably believed to lack a neutral point of view. The neutral point of view is determined by the prevalence of a perspective in high-quality, independent, reliable secondary sources, not by its prevalence among Wikipedia editors or the public.