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Polls Less Accurate as More People Block Unwanted Calls

So many election polls this year were just plain wrong. People no longer want to talk to pollsters on the phone. And more people are using cell phones, which traditionally aren't polled. NPR's Andy Bowers reports.

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Andy Bowers
Andy Bowers oversees Slate's collaboration with NPR?s daytime news magazine, Day to Day. He helps produce the work of Slate's writers for radio, and can also be heard on the program.