Category:NPOV disputes

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"POV" is an abbreviation for "Point of View". It is most commonly used to signify that, in the opinion of the editor, some statement is biased, which is to say that it is "non-neutral and takes a point of view". Non-neutral content or style conflicts with Wikipedia's goal of being a neutral source of factual — and independently verifiable — information.

POV contrasts with "NPOV", an abbreviation for "Neutral Point of View", Wikipedia's editorial approach. See the page WP:NPOV for this policy.

{{Catholic cleanup}}, {{Coatrack}}, {{Obit}}, {{POV}}, {{POV lead}}, {{Political POV}}, {{USgovtPOV}}, {{POV map}}, {{POV section}} and {{POV title}} all put articles in this category.

This page has a backlog of over 5,500 articles as of January 2018. You can help clean this up! See the Wikipedia:POV Cleanup page.

You can also help by sub-categorizing disputes.

Articles which may or may not have neutrality problems are further identified at Category:Articles needing POV-check.


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