Overall, Congressman Roy Blunt was ranked the 20th most conservative member of the U.S. House.
Blunt received a 97% conservative mark on economic issues; an 85% conservative mark on social issues and a 93% conservative grade on foreign policy. That averages out to a 92% composite score and the 20th ranking.
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Rep. Jo Ann Emerson was ranked the 183rd most conservative member. (Or the 243rd most liberal member).
Emerson received 62% conservative mark on economic issues; an 61% grade on social issues and a 52% conservative ranking on foreign policy. That adds up to a 58.7% conservative composite score.
Democratic Rep. Ike Skelton was ranked the 168th most liberal member. (Or the 259th most conservative member). Skelton received a 57% liberal mark on economic issues; a 62% liberal grade on social issues and a 65% liberal score on foreign policy. Skelton's liberal composite: 62.8%.