Wikipedia policy is that all articles should be written from a '''neutral point of view''', representing all majority- and significant-minority views fairly and without bias. According to Wikipedia founder [[User:Jimbo Wales|Jimbo Wales]], NPOV is "absolute and non-negotiable". [http://mail.wikipedia.org/pipermail/wikien-l/2003-November/008096.html]
For guidance on how to make an article conform to the neutral point of view (NPOV), please see the [[Wikipedia:NPOV tutorial]].
[[Wikipedia:Neutral point of view]] is one of three content policies. The other two are [[Wikipedia:No original research]] and [[Wikipedia:Verifiability]]. The three policies are complementary, jointly determining the type and quality of material that is acceptable in the main [[Wikipedia:Namespace|namespace]]. They should therefore not be interpreted in isolation from each other, and editors should try to familiarize themselves with all three.