You should read the whole thing, but here are a couple of the more interesting facts:
- For the most part, pollsters don't call people on cell phones.
- By the time the election rolls around in '08, fully 25% of Americans will only use a cell phone (up from 7% in '04).
- Even this figure may be understated, as many of the people (like me, for example) who have a landline use it almost exclusively for DSL.
- The people most likely to have a cell phone only are young people, people living in group housing, and poor people.
- So far, the differences are shaking out so that the effects within age groups are not substantially different between cell/landline users (<2%),