If true, here’s a pretty nutty survey from an outfit called uSamp which has surveyed Android and Blackberry owners to gauge interest in the Verizon iPhone 4.

The key findings:

  • Among Android owners, 44% are either very likely (19%) or somewhat likely (25%) to buy an iPhone on Feb. 10.
  • Among RIM owners, 66% are very likely (32%) or somewhat likely (34%) to switch on Day One.
  • Nearly a quarter (24%) of the Android and RIM switchers say they’d be willing to stand in line to get one of the first Verizon iPhones.
  • Owners of AT&T (T) iPhones are less likely to switch (8% very likely, 18% somewhat) but the switchers are more likely (29%) than RIM or Android owners to stand in line that first day. Perhaps they have more practice queuing up for an iPhone.

Perhaps that’s why we are seeing those significant numbers of Verizon customers getting in on the fun.  Read the rest at Fortune.

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