The BBC Horizon programme did a special on 'If the Dinosaurs Survived' back in the 80's and another similar programme in the 90's and the speculation ended with a world full of evolved Lizard Folk walking around London. This is the origin of this Reptilians myth and how it became 'fact' for some people. This was done in tandem with the broadcast of the original 'V' TV series. Somehow these two ideas were fused together.
This is a very interesting article in the Atlantic Wire as the questions are clearly skewed and mixed up with 'fruitcake' stuff to imply anyone who questions any official story is mentally sub-normal. Which is why the psychopaths in charge are only too glad to have people believing in Sci-Fi allegories as reality. Sci-Fi was invented by the Fabians - such as HG Wells - to create a future which would make their social management programmes more acceptable. But also to give people new demons and scary monsters to believe in.
Answers I Would Give:
JFK was killed by conspiracy? - YES
Bush intentionally misled on Iraq WMDs? - YES
Global warming is a hoax? - Most Likely Overblown Taxation Scam
Aliens exist? - Probably, But They Never Were Never Here (no proof of Inter-Planetary visitation).
New World Order? - YES
Hussein was involved in 9/11? - NO
A UFO crashed at Roswell? - NO
Vaccines are linked to autism? - Perhaps in Some Cases
The government controls minds with TV? - YES (it's called Advertising)
Medical industry invents diseases? - YES (Especially Psychiatric 'Disorders')
CIA developed crack? - No Idea
Bigfoot exists? - No Idea
Obama is the Antichrist? - NO
The government allowed 9/11 - At Some Level YES
Fluoride is dangerous? - YES
The moon landing was faked? - No Idea
Bin Laden is alive? - NO
Airplane contrails are sinister chemicals? - NO
McCartney died in 1966? - No Idea
Lizard people control politics? - NO (Psychopaths do)
Source: The Atlantic Wire '12 Million Americans Believe Lizard People Run Our Country'
About 90 million Americans believe aliens exist. Some 66 million of us think aliens landed at Roswell in 1948. These are the things you learn when there's a lull in political news and pollsters get to ask whatever questions they want.