Apparently, pollsters don’t call cell phones. There are 169 million cell phone users in the U.S. A large chunk of these users are younger people (voters) who don’t have a land line. I’m pretty sure if this is true that this would make the polls grossly inaccurate. I can name at least 10 of my close friends who no longer have a land line. We’ll see where this goes. If anyone has more info, feel free to post. I found this article over at the Electoral Vote predictor. Maybe they’ll have more information in the coming days. The author of the site is saying that if this information is correct, the polls aren’t accurate and therefore the information he gives on his site is not accurate.