In Colorado, Obama Leads by 14 Among Cell-Phone Respondents, Trails by 4 Among Home-Phone Respondents, Marist Poll finds
In Colorado, the latest NBC News / Marist College poll finds Barack Obama a nominal 1-point ahead of Mitt Romney 46% to 45%. But 1 of the big stories in this Marist Poll, as in Marist polls released in Nevada, Virginia, and Florida, is how differently home-phone respondents and cell-phone respondents vote. In Nevada, cell respondents are 18 points more Democratic than home-phone respondents.
Marist College is 1 of only 2 pollsters that routinely includes in its survey results a crosstab to show the difference between home-phone and cell-phone respondents vote.