NumbersUSA, the conservative group that wants to reduce immigration, has graded members of Congress on its signature issue and its scorecard sees an institution with overall average marks .
The downloadable survey lists yes-or-no questions on topics, such as whether a member supports reducing "unnecessary foreign workers" and reducing "anchor baby citizenship." The Senate got a "C," while the House scored a "C-," bringing the overall congressional score to "C."
Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, had the highest score of any member of Congress, 98 percent, good for an "A+." Eighteen members, all Republicans, scored in the "A+" category, which had a range of being simpatico with 95-100 percent of NumbersUSA's positions. Seven Democrats and six Republicans scored an "F-." Rep. John Barrow of Georgia was the highest-scoring Democrat, getting an 89 percent on the scorecard, or an "A-."
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