Gallop asks, "What do Alabamians and Iranians have in common?"
The mistake in this poll, of course, is the equation bewteen two different religions. While Gallop attempts to present some likeness between a small region of a Christian country and a radical Islamic country, the differences could not be further apart.
This is a perfect example of how a carefully worded poll question can elicit any skewed results desired.
A more accurate poll question might be: