The impact of cell phones on polling
Over at the Pew Center, they've got a new study digging into the impact of cell phones - and the large numbers of people going cell-only - on telephone survey research.
A new study of the issue finds that cell-only Americans – an estimated 7%-9% of the general public – are significantly different in many ways from those reachable on a landline. They are younger, less affluent, less likely to be married or to own their home, and more liberal on many political questions.
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