After an epic election season (I'm sure Citizen and Liberty are wanting a vacay right about now), we can look forward to a respite from "blocked" and "unknown" numbers coming in to our landlines and cell phones. Some of those calls may have been from campaign volunteers wanting you to get out the vote, a robo-caller listing off negative points about a certain candidate, or it could have been a pollster asking you who you were likely to vote for.
Previously, likely voter polls were taken mostly from land lines, but in this election, the accuracy of these polls has been argued since a vast number of Americans (myself included) use a cellular as their primary phone. This year, I was not contacted for these likely voter polls on my cell. Were you?