People in Portland, Ore. are mad as hell at distracted drivers and they’re not going to take it any more, according to a poll conducted by PEMCO Insurance. The problem is: some of those same drivers admit to the driving-while-distracted behavior, violating safe driving laws on a regular basis.

In the Greater Portland area, one in three drivers are likely breaking the law by using a cell phone without a hands-free device, and about one in four are texting or e-mailing while driving, according to drivers surveyed in the PEMCO study.

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