Pollsters’ Cell Phone Problem Getting Worse

The percentage of adults without a landline telephone rose again during the first half of 2012, according to a new report released last week, continuing to present pollsters with unprecedented challenges.

The report, compiled by the Center for Disease Control, shows that fully 34 percent of adult Americans lived in households that only had wireless phones between January and June of 2012. [cont.]

Steven Shepard, National Journal