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I've split this off form the first badge request post:

...the second badge is for a question that reaches a certain upvote amount before being answered, analogous to the enlightened badge. I don't know how many upvotes it should be at, but 10 seems good. Most easy questions are answered before 10 upvotes, but unanswerably bad ones never make it to 10 upvotes.

Here is a sample query from data.stackexchange, though it doesn't exclude duplicates.

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I would also suggest that fast answers that don't get a lot of votes (or are negatively voted) should be excluded. Too often when a hard question is asked, a whole bunch of wild-guess (wrong) answers come in. Only much later does a correct answer come get heavily upvoted and accepted. –  Mysticial Sep 6 '12 at 19:41
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I think this is basically the same as the Baffling Badge suggestion. The only difference is it's based on views instead of upvotes. –  Bill the Lizard Sep 6 '12 at 19:53
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@BilltheLizard but this should show quality of post too I'd hope. I think views alone just show popularity. –  Pureferret Sep 6 '12 at 19:56
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Ha, being Dutch, that badge has a completely different meaning than I expected.... –  Bart Sep 6 '12 at 19:58

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