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If so, mobile phone users, whose service is always better in denser areas with more closely-packed transmitters, should lean left, no?

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If so, mobile phone users, whose service is always better in denser areas with more closely-packed transmitters, should lean left, no?

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Posted by: JW | Oct 16, 2004 2:18:38 PM What I find interesting is the high level of unemployment among the surveyed. Perhaps, they are home and bored, whereas working folks don’t answer the phone. Even if you adjust these polls for gender, etc., you’re still oversampling the idle. With regard to homes that lack landlines, my choice to go wireless was motivated by the fact that the only people who called me on my landline were telemarketers. My friends and associates always called my cell. I doubt that this is unusual. The comment on people with cells never answering their landline is very appropriate and true in my experience. Posted by: Rick K | Oct 16, 2004 2:28:51 PM Anacdotal evidence alert, but im 28, have no land line and have 5 or 6 friends who dont either. The ones without landlines tend to be techy, make more money, own condos/houses, and in fact trend republican/libertarian. I think it might be dangerous to make demographic assumptions about a given behavior like that. By th

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