Nate Silver over at 538.com has suspected the the polling organization Strategic Vision has been putting out bogus polls for a while. He's done a couple of articles about it, including this one
. SV asked 1000 Oklahoma students ten very simple history questions and reported that only 2.8% of the students could get 6 or more questions correct. Nate did his typical number crunching showing why this is an unusual result, but he also asked a very simple question: Do we really believe there is not a student in OK who could get 8, 9 or even all 10 of these questions correct? What do you think? Is Strategic Vision cooking the books?