During football games — no longer confined to Sunday afternoons, but also Sunday, Monday and Thursday evenings — anywhere from 25-45 percent of a given voting audience is not inclined to answer phone calls, Maslin said. And in Wisconsin, it’s more like 60 percent during Green Bay Packers games. The programming schedule narrows the scope during which pollsters can get “a clean look,” he said.
All right, funny headcanon (Which is pretty much canon.)
Every personification in the state from as left as Dane County to as right as Waukesha County, urban as Milwaukee or somewhere in southwestern or northern Wisconsin - will get pissed if they get interrupted when they’re watching the Packers. (And other sports to a lesser extent.) Sometimes they might just pick up the phone and hang up just to stop the ringing. Green Bay’s rage would be especially legendary.
Passionate Wisconsin might be for politics, but you do not interrupt the Packers.
Wisconsin on this principle would be miffed if he got a call that time.