Monday, October 25, 2004

Cell phone voters getting into act

Pollsters don't know whether or not President George Bush's lead over John Kery is valid or not because some of the pollsters are using cell phone owners to get their numbers. There's an FCC law that prohibits pollsters from using cell phone owners to tabulate a candidate's popularity. Which goes to show you how fast technology is spreading in even how we want to get a quick poll for our candidates.


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