Jason Dixon (Letters, 3/10) says political polls are inaccurate since so many people eschew landline phone service. That’s one reason I dumped my landline a year or so ago and have a cell phone only. I was sick and tired of getting calls from people trying to sell me something, pitch for their charity or find out who I was voting for.
A person’s home phone is for the convenience of family and friends — not strangers. Now that I no longer have a listed telephone number, I get calls only from people I want to hear from. Also, I am well over 30.
Please do not give pollsters any ideas about ferreting out cell phone numbers so they can waste my minutes.
Kansas City, Kan.