Are you looking at Donald Trump's Super Tuesday victory, dumbfounded, wondering how the world ever got to the point that this man may be the Republican nominee in a presidential race?
Glad we're not the only ones - we've found a poll which may help explain it.
A poll for YouGovUSA's First Verdict, published by CapX, showed that 84 per cent of Americans felt that the people responsible for the 2008 financial crisis got away with it:
The near-unanimity of this poll helps to explain not just the meteoric rise of anti-establishment candidate Trump, but also the strong following for the Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders - who trails Hillary but has produced an unexpectedly close race.
The one per cent. That's a bit apt.