The Center for Social Media Responsibility (University of Michigan) maintains the Iffy Quotient (not affiliated with this site), a measure of the low-credibility content amplified on Facebook and Twitter, based on trust-ratings by Newsguard and Media Bias/Fact Check). This graph charts the percentage of top 5K social media posts that link to unreliable sources:
The CoVaxxy tool, from the Observatory on Social Media (Indiana University), that “visualizes the relationship between COVID-19 vaccine adoption and online (mis)information.” Credibility ratings are by Media Bias/Fact Check and Iffy+. Compiled tweets are for the week ending 2021-02-21. Generally reliable sources are in purple, unreliable in orange.
The Fact-check Feed site has been aggregating articles from a dozen U.S. fact-checkers since 2016, into a searchable archive. Here are the most recent:
Visit the Fact-check Feed (external site) for tens of thousands more articles, by (mainly) U.S. fact-checkers.
Most common words in titles from the past two weeks of fact-checks (635):
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Most-used words in recent fact-check titles. Links go to a Fact-check Feed search (of titles and article text).