Pew: Polls fail to account for cell-phone-only users

09/26/2008 |

Many of the glut of presidential polls might be skewed by a couple of points or so because they fail to account for voters -- especially younger ones -- who have cell phones, but not wirelines, according to a report from the Pew Research Center. In its study, Pew said it found registered voters under age 30 who use only cell phones were more likely to be Democrats than those who also have wirelines.

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