Cellphone skews in the US

JafaPete blogs on US Research from Pew on whether or not respondents who have a cellphone and not a landline differ from those with landlines.

The answer in the US if yes they do, but the overall impact on findings is still relatively modest.

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  1. jafapete said

    The “cell phone effect” was probably part of the reason that the GWU/Battleground tracking poll showed the race tied at the end of September, when other tracking polls showed Obama 5-6% in front.

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