In anticipation of the upcoming primaries and caucuses, NumbersUSA's Roy Beck continues to revise his ratings again on 14 Presidential candidates of both Parties, assessing the quality of their promises in 16 immigration categories. He finds that the media responses of the Iowa Caucus frontrunners Huckabee and Romney are not as good as their campaign's promises on immigration. And the re-emergence of McCain as a viable candidate is interesting, given his almost uniformly bad or poor immigration ratings. In the Democratic race, not a single candidate has emerged to espouse the aspirations of the majority of Democratic voters for an end to illegal immigration, for a stop to amnesty talk and for a reduction in legal immigration numbers.
Updated: Thu, May 11th 2017 @ 4:39pm EDT