Poll Results

 Sep 19, 2017
 Private
 How is this scored?

Which email would you open?

50 RespondentsGeneral Population

Option A
Need help finishing your poll?

Score: 54.67
82 votes
Option B
Some help finishing your poll?

Score: 37.33
56 votes
Option C
A discount to finish your poll

Score: 56
84 votes
Option D
Is there an issue with your poll?

Score: 52
78 votes

Option C is the winner of this round-robin tournament, winning 56.0% of votes in head-to-head matchups among an audience of 50 respondents.


Votes Won Per Matchup

Matchup Option C Option A Option D Option B
Summary
84 / 150
82 / 150
78 / 150
56 / 150
A / B   39   11
A / C 29 21    
A / D   22 28  
B / C 29     21
B / D     26 24
C / D 26   24  

A vs. B
Option A vs. Option B
OptionVotes
Option A39%
Option B11%
A vs. C
Option A vs. Option C
OptionVotes
Option A21%
Option C29%
A vs. D
Option A vs. Option D
OptionVotes
Option A22%
Option D28%
B vs. C
Option B vs. Option C
OptionVotes
Option B21%
Option C29%
B vs. D
Option B vs. Option D
OptionVotes
Option B24%
Option D26%
C vs. D
Option C vs. Option D
OptionVotes
Option C26%
Option D24%
A 39 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

vs.
B 11 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

# 39 Comments For A
1
This one sounds more proper than the other one.
2
they are helping you
3
It seems more grammatical.
4
more welcoming with words
5
It's more easily understood
6
A sounds more friendly
7
These two are fairly similar, I don't have a preference so went with my gut.
8
both are the same really
9
Tells me they will take action
10
Option A sounds more professional than Option B.
11
It asks a more direct kind of question
12
It is a little less rude I'd say.
13
Either of these I suppose
14
I would be more apt with option A
15
Need is a good leader word.
16
I like this question better.
17
This one asks the question better. The other one doesn't do a good job asking the question.
18
B makes no sense
19
A is a little stronger
20
Need sounds better than some.
21
work on it
22
This is more succinct
23
IT SOUNDS MORE CARING.
24
Ugh. The lesser of two evils. Choice A sounds more natural.
25
choice A seems more direct yet friendly about finishing a poll.
26
I may need help, but not actually be able to get real help.
27
the word need seems more urgent than the word Some.
28
Option A is more grammatically correct.
29
i might need help finishing
30
They are both similar, but Option A is worded more professionally.
31
Prefer the more proper English statement
32
It sounds better than the alternative.
33
It is worded better
34
A sounds better to me, you arent going to look for help if you dont need it, so just volunteering information like B isnt going to make me open it over A
35
Its more descriptive
36
a over b because help shouldn't be provided
37
sounds more professional yet also personal
38
SOUNDS BETTER WRITTEN THEN CHOICE B.
39
"Some help" sounds to personal and not proper grammar.
A 21 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

vs.
C 29 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

# 21 Comments For A
1
It's a lot more professional.
2
I wouldn't be interested in purchasing a poll, even at a discount
3
like i just said
4
A sounds way more polite than B.
5
it seems more polite
6
Option A sounds more like it's related to something I'm already working on, while Option C sounds like a spam email.
7
They seemed more concerned and not asking for money.
8
I suppose A
9
The question seems more appropriate.
10
The other one doesn't seem as helpful.
11
Neither is great, but I guess A because it is a question
12
The wording on this one doesnt make it look like a scam.
13
HELP IS GOOD.
14
I like this one because it seems more straigh forward and with more cooperation than the other.
15
a person doing a poll would like choice A because there asking about anything else.
16
I would be more interested in help to finish a poll than a discount to finish one. I would be aware of the cost before even starting one, so a discount shouldn't even be necessary.
17
I would check this one because C sounds like a fishing attempt to me
18
I would like more info on it
19
option a makes a tad more sense
20
doesn't read like someone trying to scam you
21
CHOICE A SOUNDS CREDIBLE AND CORRECT. CHOICE C DOES NOT SOUND CREDIBLE.
A 22 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

vs.
D 28 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

# 22 Comments For A
1
If I needed help with finishing my poll I would choose this one because its asking me if I need help.
2
its helping someone
3
An offer of help sounds friendlier.
4
A sounds more friendly and helpful
5
"Need help" sounds more friendly and open.
6
I'd be curious as to what help is being offered to me.
7
same reason as earlier
8
it tells me they have a solution
9
Neither of these
10
I prefer the offer of assistance.
11
This title seems more personal and helpful than the other option.
12
D sounds accusatory as compared to A
13
HELP IS ALWAYS GOOD
14
This is good because it offers an alternate way.
15
If I was aware of an issue with my poll, I would take it upon myself to look for solutions. I would appreciate help finishing one if it was offered.
16
Get's right to the point.
17
i might need help finishing it
18
I'm curious as to what sort of help is being offered.
19
Offering help in the title makes me feel needed
20
I wouls like more info on this
21
SOUNDS CREDIBLE TO BE SENT FOR HELP.
22
Option A sounds more helpful and less like I did something wrong
A 39 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

vs.
B 11 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

# 11 Comments Against A
1
'A' could be interpreted as condescending.
2
The tone is more passive, which I like more in my emails.
3
I lik the way the wording is presented.
4
B sounds a bit more casual and nice than A
5
it is much simpler
6
I like the more informal tone and approach.
7
I like it better because it seems more warm to me.
8
I should be aware if I needed help finishing my poll. I would explore any suggestions given to me just in case there is something I haven't previously thought about.
9
This option doesn't really require that I outright ask for the help
10
Offering assistance stands out instead of asking
11
I actually don't like either option, and I would delete both. Since we have to choose, I went with B because it's slightly less condescending than A.
A 21 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

vs.
C 29 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

# 29 Comments Against A
1
The words discount would grab my attention rather quickly because I like discounts.
2
it sounds cheaper
3
I will always opt for the offer of a financial incentive.
4
more incentive to finish
5
C is more assertive and provides solution already
6
I prefer the discount version.
7
Discounts are always the most helpful thing to me.
8
This seems like i will get a benefit
9
Discounts are great for everyone involved!
10
Discounts are always good
11
I would be much more likely to finish with option C
12
Cash is king. I prefer the discount.
13
C offers me a tangible benefit
14
needs more edits
15
This one makes me think I'll get money back
16
I will always choose an option with a discount
17
I'd at least check out the deal offered.
18
Usually when things ask if I need help the help doesn't actually apply to my situation.
19
Again, I love a good discount
20
The word discount again
21
Discounts are appealing
22
i would like a discount
23
Option C offers a discount, which is beneficial to me. Option A does not offer a discount.
24
I'd want to know what the discount amount is.
25
Motivation makes it stand out
26
I chose C because a discount is an encouragement to complete the task. A seems to be calling me an idiot.
27
I like incentives!
28
Because it says I will get a discount which makes me think about money
29
Discounts are better than help and offer more incentive.
A 22 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

vs.
D 28 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

# 28 Comments Against A
1
It's more professional sounding.
2
more welcoming question
3
It sounds like there's a problem with something I created
4
Is there an issue? Who knows.
5
Same as before. I'd want to know if there is an issue to report.
6
more polite to me
7
Option D sounds more professional.
8
It's a more direct question
9
They seem really concerned and it is a good sentence.
10
I would be more apt to do so with option D
11
This doesn't seem too direct.
12
Yes/no seems quick and easy
13
I'm actually pretty even on these two options. I picked issue with your poll because "help finishing" makes it seem like the person making the poll may be differently abled.
14
on this poll
15
This makes me worry that something is wrong
16
Don't offer help to me. Too personal.
17
I like how it's a genuine question; feels less like spam.
18
choice D allows the person to get right to any issues with there poll.
19
I would be interested to know why they think there's an issue.
20
I like the opportunity to explain any issues
21
I know i don't need help finishing the poll, so I need to see what the "issue" is
22
I would be more likely to chose Option D because I might have an issue with the poll after I submit it. Option A offers help, but I don't think that I would need help in finishing a poll.
23
I chose D because it's more polite than A.
24
There might have been a technical error so it's good to follow-up.
25
It makes me want to know more about the "issue"
26
This one sounds like there are things I might not have thought of or done wrong
27
d makes more sense since help shoudn't be necessary
28
doesn't read like a scam email

46 Unique Respondents Voted for A

Gender
Trait ValuePercentage
Male (63%)63
Female (37%)37
Age
Trait ValuePercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (65%)65
35-49 (26%)26
50-64 (7%)7
65+ (2%)2
Income
Trait ValuePercentage
$0-30k (22%)22
$30-60k (48%)48
$60-100k (24%)24
$100k+ (7%)7
Ethnicity
Trait ValuePercentage
White (63%)63
Black (4%)4
Asian (13%)13
Hispanic (17%)17
Other (2%)2
Education
Trait ValuePercentage
High School (24%)24
College (65%)65
Grad School (11%)11
B 11 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

vs.
A 39 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

# 11 Comments For B
1
'A' could be interpreted as condescending.
2
The tone is more passive, which I like more in my emails.
3
I lik the way the wording is presented.
4
B sounds a bit more casual and nice than A
5
it is much simpler
6
I like the more informal tone and approach.
7
I like it better because it seems more warm to me.
8
I should be aware if I needed help finishing my poll. I would explore any suggestions given to me just in case there is something I haven't previously thought about.
9
This option doesn't really require that I outright ask for the help
10
Offering assistance stands out instead of asking
11
I actually don't like either option, and I would delete both. Since we have to choose, I went with B because it's slightly less condescending than A.
B 21 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

vs.
C 29 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

# 21 Comments For B
1
I don't like the other one; it's confusing.
2
I'd wonder what it was
3
makes a bit more since
4
Choice B sounds more polite than C which just sounds like someone hustling me
5
Option B sounds more urgent, while Option C sounds like a spam offer.
6
It seemed a lot less pushy.
7
B would make me more curious than C
8
The question seems more user friendly.
9
This one seems helpful and nicer than the other choice.
10
This option appears less scamlike.
11
like the b
12
I'D RATHER HAVE HELP THAN A DISCOUNT
13
I like the polite tone.
14
This option sounds better, its more likely to get a positive reaction.
15
choice B works because it asks in the form of a question
16
I would imagine that once a poll has been made then there isn't any reason to pay more money. I would appreciate help finishing one if the need be.
17
If I need help with my poll I would open B
18
I'd like info on how to finish it
19
shouldn't need help, but a discount makes even less sense
20
sounds less like spam and more helpful
21
PREFER CHOICE B SINCE CHOICE C SOUNDS LIKE A SCAM AND SOUNDS NOT TRUE.
B 24 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

vs.
D 26 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

# 24 Comments For B
1
good looking phrase
2
This use of "issue" sounds snarky.
3
it's more inviting
4
B seems more helpful
5
I like how it asks if I need help.
6
I'd be curious at the type of help offered.
7
seems a better way
8
it seems helpful
9
Neither of these
10
I would be more apt to respond to option b
11
I would like some help, if offered.
12
This one seems more helpful and nice.
13
Option D sounds accusatory
14
much better option
15
TO GET HELP FOR SURE
16
I like the kinder, more human approach.
17
It makes things easier and makes the user want to check an easier way to complete the poll.
18
I can always use extra help.
19
i might need some help
20
I'd be curious to learn of what help os being offered
21
Makes it seem like they want to help and understand why I havent finished
22
If I was just having issues creating a poll I would choose B
23
I'd like info on how to finish it
24
Option B sounds more helpful
B 11 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

vs.
A 39 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

# 39 Comments Against B
1
This one sounds more proper than the other one.
2
they are helping you
3
It seems more grammatical.
4
more welcoming with words
5
It's more easily understood
6
A sounds more friendly
7
These two are fairly similar, I don't have a preference so went with my gut.
8
both are the same really
9
Tells me they will take action
10
Option A sounds more professional than Option B.
11
It asks a more direct kind of question
12
It is a little less rude I'd say.
13
Either of these I suppose
14
I would be more apt with option A
15
Need is a good leader word.
16
I like this question better.
17
This one asks the question better. The other one doesn't do a good job asking the question.
18
B makes no sense
19
A is a little stronger
20
Need sounds better than some.
21
work on it
22
This is more succinct
23
IT SOUNDS MORE CARING.
24
Ugh. The lesser of two evils. Choice A sounds more natural.
25
choice A seems more direct yet friendly about finishing a poll.
26
I may need help, but not actually be able to get real help.
27
the word need seems more urgent than the word Some.
28
Option A is more grammatically correct.
29
i might need help finishing
30
They are both similar, but Option A is worded more professionally.
31
Prefer the more proper English statement
32
It sounds better than the alternative.
33
It is worded better
34
A sounds better to me, you arent going to look for help if you dont need it, so just volunteering information like B isnt going to make me open it over A
35
Its more descriptive
36
a over b because help shouldn't be provided
37
sounds more professional yet also personal
38
SOUNDS BETTER WRITTEN THEN CHOICE B.
39
"Some help" sounds to personal and not proper grammar.
B 21 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

vs.
C 29 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

# 29 Comments Against B
1
Discounts are always good so I would choose this one.
2
sounds like you can get cheap
3
I am open to bribes.
4
Better incentive to finish
5
C provides solution makes me think less
6
I like the offer of a discount.
7
I like any financial incentives.
8
it talks about a discount and i like discounts
9
Discounts are great stuff!
10
discounts are always nice
11
It gives me something tangible
12
I would be most likely to finish with option c
13
Between help and savings, I would choose savings.
14
B doesn't make much sense
15
C benefits me more.
16
This sounds like I'll save money
17
Discounts are always welcome
18
A discount sounds better than help, though I don't believe I would really be likely to get it.
19
This gives me incentive to finish
20
Same as before. The word discount is the key
21
Discounts are appealing.
22
i want a discount
23
Option C offers a discount, which is beneficial to me. Option B does not.
24
Again I prefer of monetary compensation.
25
I want a bonus to finish and this motivates me
26
If this is a poll about something I purchased, C would give me an incentive to finish the poll.
27
If I had walked away because it was taking too long I might be tempted if I got something in return for my time.
28
discounts are always appealing
29
I like saving money and discounts
B 24 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

vs.
D 26 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

# 26 Comments Against B
1
This is probably a question to me that maybe I did something incorrectly and need to fix it.
2
The other one is condescending.
3
I'd open it if I had created a poll
4
The word issue seems pressing.
5
Same. I would be more curious to see if there is an issue with the poll
6
it seems simple enough
7
Option D sounds more professional.
8
It triggers an immediate kind of response
9
It is a complete sentence.
10
The question seems more user friendly.
11
Yes/no seems easier/quicker to answer
12
An issue with your poll sounds better than help finishing.
13
This makes me wonder
14
I prefer the complete sentence
15
choice D stays on topic with the email question
16
I don't think there would be real help. Or the help would not apply to me.
17
I don't know why I would need help finishing a poll. They pretty much finish themselves. On the other hand, if there is an issue then I would appreciate help to resolve it.
18
Asking if there is an issue implies that something might be wrong and I should investigate
19
It is a complete sentence.
20
Option D would be useful if I actually have an issue in finishing the poll. Option B offers help in finishing my poll, but I doubt that I would need help for something as simple as finishing a poll. Option D would be more useful for me, which is why I chose it.
21
I'd go with D because it's just asking a question. B sounds pushy and judgmental.
22
It sounds legitimate.
23
It makes me want to know more about the "issue"
24
shouldn't need help finishing a poll
25
sounds like legitimate help rather than a spam like email
26
I PREFER THE WORDING ON CHOICE D. IT IS WRITTEN IN THE CORRECT FORM.

39 Unique Respondents Voted for B

Gender
Trait ValuePercentage
Male (64%)64
Female (36%)36
Age
Trait ValuePercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (72%)72
35-49 (23%)23
50-64 (5%)5
65+ (0%)0
Income
Trait ValuePercentage
$0-30k (21%)21
$30-60k (46%)46
$60-100k (28%)28
$100k+ (5%)5
Ethnicity
Trait ValuePercentage
White (64%)64
Black (3%)3
Asian (15%)15
Hispanic (18%)18
Other (0%)0
Education
Trait ValuePercentage
High School (23%)23
College (67%)67
Grad School (10%)10
C 29 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

vs.
A 21 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

# 29 Comments For C
1
The words discount would grab my attention rather quickly because I like discounts.
2
it sounds cheaper
3
I will always opt for the offer of a financial incentive.
4
more incentive to finish
5
C is more assertive and provides solution already
6
I prefer the discount version.
7
Discounts are always the most helpful thing to me.
8
This seems like i will get a benefit
9
Discounts are great for everyone involved!
10
Discounts are always good
11
I would be much more likely to finish with option C
12
Cash is king. I prefer the discount.
13
C offers me a tangible benefit
14
needs more edits
15
This one makes me think I'll get money back
16
I will always choose an option with a discount
17
I'd at least check out the deal offered.
18
Usually when things ask if I need help the help doesn't actually apply to my situation.
19
Again, I love a good discount
20
The word discount again
21
Discounts are appealing
22
i would like a discount
23
Option C offers a discount, which is beneficial to me. Option A does not offer a discount.
24
I'd want to know what the discount amount is.
25
Motivation makes it stand out
26
I chose C because a discount is an encouragement to complete the task. A seems to be calling me an idiot.
27
I like incentives!
28
Because it says I will get a discount which makes me think about money
29
Discounts are better than help and offer more incentive.
C 29 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

vs.
B 21 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

# 29 Comments For C
1
Discounts are always good so I would choose this one.
2
sounds like you can get cheap
3
I am open to bribes.
4
Better incentive to finish
5
C provides solution makes me think less
6
I like the offer of a discount.
7
I like any financial incentives.
8
it talks about a discount and i like discounts
9
Discounts are great stuff!
10
discounts are always nice
11
It gives me something tangible
12
I would be most likely to finish with option c
13
Between help and savings, I would choose savings.
14
B doesn't make much sense
15
C benefits me more.
16
This sounds like I'll save money
17
Discounts are always welcome
18
A discount sounds better than help, though I don't believe I would really be likely to get it.
19
This gives me incentive to finish
20
Same as before. The word discount is the key
21
Discounts are appealing.
22
i want a discount
23
Option C offers a discount, which is beneficial to me. Option B does not.
24
Again I prefer of monetary compensation.
25
I want a bonus to finish and this motivates me
26
If this is a poll about something I purchased, C would give me an incentive to finish the poll.
27
If I had walked away because it was taking too long I might be tempted if I got something in return for my time.
28
discounts are always appealing
29
I like saving money and discounts
C 26 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

vs.
D 24 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

# 26 Comments For C
1
I like discounts and rebates so I would open this one.
2
it seems good
3
I always like an incentive.
4
it's a little more welcoming
5
C is more assertive
6
The appeal of a discount made me vote C.
7
Incentives are always more eye-opening.
8
it tells me that i will get a discount and that is interesting
9
Sounds good to me.
10
Option C would make me more likely to respond
11
Everyone's looking for a discount!
12
The other one sounds more authoritative and would make me take a step back.
13
Discount sounds more appealing.
14
this sounds more lucrative
15
TO GET IT DONE QUICKER
16
I love discounts!
17
This one gives me a deal while the other feels like a trap.
18
I like the word discount in the title.
19
The word discount grans my attention :)
20
Discounts are always appealing
21
i want a discount
22
Option C offers a discount, which is very appealing to me. Option D doesn't say that there is an issue with my poll, as it asks a question instead, in which there might be an issue or there might not be an issue. Option D is asking me for feedback, while Option C offers me something beneficial instead. I would definitely click on Option C.
23
There is a hint of monetary savings with option C
24
This gives me motivation to open as I will get a bonus
25
Unless I knew who sent it, I wouldn't open either one. If I knew who the sender was, the discount would give me an incentive to at least look at the email.
26
I like discounts
C 29 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

vs.
A 21 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

# 21 Comments Against C
1
It's a lot more professional.
2
I wouldn't be interested in purchasing a poll, even at a discount
3
like i just said
4
A sounds way more polite than B.
5
it seems more polite
6
Option A sounds more like it's related to something I'm already working on, while Option C sounds like a spam email.
7
They seemed more concerned and not asking for money.
8
I suppose A
9
The question seems more appropriate.
10
The other one doesn't seem as helpful.
11
Neither is great, but I guess A because it is a question
12
The wording on this one doesnt make it look like a scam.
13
HELP IS GOOD.
14
I like this one because it seems more straigh forward and with more cooperation than the other.
15
a person doing a poll would like choice A because there asking about anything else.
16
I would be more interested in help to finish a poll than a discount to finish one. I would be aware of the cost before even starting one, so a discount shouldn't even be necessary.
17
I would check this one because C sounds like a fishing attempt to me
18
I would like more info on it
19
option a makes a tad more sense
20
doesn't read like someone trying to scam you
21
CHOICE A SOUNDS CREDIBLE AND CORRECT. CHOICE C DOES NOT SOUND CREDIBLE.
C 29 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

vs.
B 21 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

# 21 Comments Against C
1
I don't like the other one; it's confusing.
2
I'd wonder what it was
3
makes a bit more since
4
Choice B sounds more polite than C which just sounds like someone hustling me
5
Option B sounds more urgent, while Option C sounds like a spam offer.
6
It seemed a lot less pushy.
7
B would make me more curious than C
8
The question seems more user friendly.
9
This one seems helpful and nicer than the other choice.
10
This option appears less scamlike.
11
like the b
12
I'D RATHER HAVE HELP THAN A DISCOUNT
13
I like the polite tone.
14
This option sounds better, its more likely to get a positive reaction.
15
choice B works because it asks in the form of a question
16
I would imagine that once a poll has been made then there isn't any reason to pay more money. I would appreciate help finishing one if the need be.
17
If I need help with my poll I would open B
18
I'd like info on how to finish it
19
shouldn't need help, but a discount makes even less sense
20
sounds less like spam and more helpful
21
PREFER CHOICE B SINCE CHOICE C SOUNDS LIKE A SCAM AND SOUNDS NOT TRUE.
C 26 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

vs.
D 24 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

# 24 Comments Against C
1
The other one is confusing.
2
I might wonder what it's about if I had anything to do with a poll
3
its more catchy
4
I wouldn't care to finish my poll. I would be curious about what's wrong with my poll
5
friendlier to me
6
Option D sounds like a legitimate concern, while Option C sounds like spam.
7
It gets your attention more
8
They seemed more logical and concerned.
9
Neither because I don't have a poll
10
This one just seem more appropriate.
11
Asks a prompting question
12
The statement makes more sense and doesn't look like a scam.
13
like this one
14
I think this is better because it shows concern.
15
choice D gets right to the point of the email
16
I would most likely either not believe I would actually get the discount or I would think it would be too difficult to get the discount, like it would require me to download something or do things that take a long time. If it said there was an issue with the poll I may try to check and see what the possible issue is.
17
It implies that they want to help me with an issue. I don't understand why I would need a discount to finish a poll.
18
It sounds less spammy.
19
It makes me want to know more.
20
I would want to know if there is something wrong, or that I could do better, related to an online poll
21
Incase they is a issue with the poll
22
i'm not understanding option c
23
reads less spamy
24
IT SOUNDS MORE CREDIBLE THEN C. C SOUNDS A BIT LIKE A SCAM.

33 Unique Respondents Voted for C

Gender
Trait ValuePercentage
Male (61%)61
Female (39%)39
Age
Trait ValuePercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (67%)67
35-49 (18%)18
50-64 (12%)12
65+ (3%)3
Income
Trait ValuePercentage
$0-30k (27%)27
$30-60k (33%)33
$60-100k (27%)27
$100k+ (12%)12
Ethnicity
Trait ValuePercentage
White (70%)70
Black (3%)3
Asian (9%)9
Hispanic (15%)15
Other (3%)3
Education
Trait ValuePercentage
High School (21%)21
College (70%)70
Grad School (9%)9
D 28 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

vs.
A 22 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

# 28 Comments For D
1
It's more professional sounding.
2
more welcoming question
3
It sounds like there's a problem with something I created
4
Is there an issue? Who knows.
5
Same as before. I'd want to know if there is an issue to report.
6
more polite to me
7
Option D sounds more professional.
8
It's a more direct question
9
They seem really concerned and it is a good sentence.
10
I would be more apt to do so with option D
11
This doesn't seem too direct.
12
Yes/no seems quick and easy
13
I'm actually pretty even on these two options. I picked issue with your poll because "help finishing" makes it seem like the person making the poll may be differently abled.
14
on this poll
15
This makes me worry that something is wrong
16
Don't offer help to me. Too personal.
17
I like how it's a genuine question; feels less like spam.
18
choice D allows the person to get right to any issues with there poll.
19
I would be interested to know why they think there's an issue.
20
I like the opportunity to explain any issues
21
I know i don't need help finishing the poll, so I need to see what the "issue" is
22
I would be more likely to chose Option D because I might have an issue with the poll after I submit it. Option A offers help, but I don't think that I would need help in finishing a poll.
23
I chose D because it's more polite than A.
24
There might have been a technical error so it's good to follow-up.
25
It makes me want to know more about the "issue"
26
This one sounds like there are things I might not have thought of or done wrong
27
d makes more sense since help shoudn't be necessary
28
doesn't read like a scam email
D 26 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

vs.
B 24 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

# 26 Comments For D
1
This is probably a question to me that maybe I did something incorrectly and need to fix it.
2
The other one is condescending.
3
I'd open it if I had created a poll
4
The word issue seems pressing.
5
Same. I would be more curious to see if there is an issue with the poll
6
it seems simple enough
7
Option D sounds more professional.
8
It triggers an immediate kind of response
9
It is a complete sentence.
10
The question seems more user friendly.
11
Yes/no seems easier/quicker to answer
12
An issue with your poll sounds better than help finishing.
13
This makes me wonder
14
I prefer the complete sentence
15
choice D stays on topic with the email question
16
I don't think there would be real help. Or the help would not apply to me.
17
I don't know why I would need help finishing a poll. They pretty much finish themselves. On the other hand, if there is an issue then I would appreciate help to resolve it.
18
Asking if there is an issue implies that something might be wrong and I should investigate
19
It is a complete sentence.
20
Option D would be useful if I actually have an issue in finishing the poll. Option B offers help in finishing my poll, but I doubt that I would need help for something as simple as finishing a poll. Option D would be more useful for me, which is why I chose it.
21
I'd go with D because it's just asking a question. B sounds pushy and judgmental.
22
It sounds legitimate.
23
It makes me want to know more about the "issue"
24
shouldn't need help finishing a poll
25
sounds like legitimate help rather than a spam like email
26
I PREFER THE WORDING ON CHOICE D. IT IS WRITTEN IN THE CORRECT FORM.
D 24 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

vs.
C 26 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

# 24 Comments For D
1
The other one is confusing.
2
I might wonder what it's about if I had anything to do with a poll
3
its more catchy
4
I wouldn't care to finish my poll. I would be curious about what's wrong with my poll
5
friendlier to me
6
Option D sounds like a legitimate concern, while Option C sounds like spam.
7
It gets your attention more
8
They seemed more logical and concerned.
9
Neither because I don't have a poll
10
This one just seem more appropriate.
11
Asks a prompting question
12
The statement makes more sense and doesn't look like a scam.
13
like this one
14
I think this is better because it shows concern.
15
choice D gets right to the point of the email
16
I would most likely either not believe I would actually get the discount or I would think it would be too difficult to get the discount, like it would require me to download something or do things that take a long time. If it said there was an issue with the poll I may try to check and see what the possible issue is.
17
It implies that they want to help me with an issue. I don't understand why I would need a discount to finish a poll.
18
It sounds less spammy.
19
It makes me want to know more.
20
I would want to know if there is something wrong, or that I could do better, related to an online poll
21
Incase they is a issue with the poll
22
i'm not understanding option c
23
reads less spamy
24
IT SOUNDS MORE CREDIBLE THEN C. C SOUNDS A BIT LIKE A SCAM.
D 28 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

vs.
A 22 Votes

Need help finishing your poll?

# 22 Comments Against D
1
If I needed help with finishing my poll I would choose this one because its asking me if I need help.
2
its helping someone
3
An offer of help sounds friendlier.
4
A sounds more friendly and helpful
5
"Need help" sounds more friendly and open.
6
I'd be curious as to what help is being offered to me.
7
same reason as earlier
8
it tells me they have a solution
9
Neither of these
10
I prefer the offer of assistance.
11
This title seems more personal and helpful than the other option.
12
D sounds accusatory as compared to A
13
HELP IS ALWAYS GOOD
14
This is good because it offers an alternate way.
15
If I was aware of an issue with my poll, I would take it upon myself to look for solutions. I would appreciate help finishing one if it was offered.
16
Get's right to the point.
17
i might need help finishing it
18
I'm curious as to what sort of help is being offered.
19
Offering help in the title makes me feel needed
20
I wouls like more info on this
21
SOUNDS CREDIBLE TO BE SENT FOR HELP.
22
Option A sounds more helpful and less like I did something wrong
D 26 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

vs.
B 24 Votes

Some help finishing your poll?

# 24 Comments Against D
1
good looking phrase
2
This use of "issue" sounds snarky.
3
it's more inviting
4
B seems more helpful
5
I like how it asks if I need help.
6
I'd be curious at the type of help offered.
7
seems a better way
8
it seems helpful
9
Neither of these
10
I would be more apt to respond to option b
11
I would like some help, if offered.
12
This one seems more helpful and nice.
13
Option D sounds accusatory
14
much better option
15
TO GET HELP FOR SURE
16
I like the kinder, more human approach.
17
It makes things easier and makes the user want to check an easier way to complete the poll.
18
I can always use extra help.
19
i might need some help
20
I'd be curious to learn of what help os being offered
21
Makes it seem like they want to help and understand why I havent finished
22
If I was just having issues creating a poll I would choose B
23
I'd like info on how to finish it
24
Option B sounds more helpful
D 24 Votes

Is there an issue with your poll?

vs.
C 26 Votes

A discount to finish your poll

# 26 Comments Against D
1
I like discounts and rebates so I would open this one.
2
it seems good
3
I always like an incentive.
4
it's a little more welcoming
5
C is more assertive
6
The appeal of a discount made me vote C.
7
Incentives are always more eye-opening.
8
it tells me that i will get a discount and that is interesting
9
Sounds good to me.
10
Option C would make me more likely to respond
11
Everyone's looking for a discount!
12
The other one sounds more authoritative and would make me take a step back.
13
Discount sounds more appealing.
14
this sounds more lucrative
15
TO GET IT DONE QUICKER
16
I love discounts!
17
This one gives me a deal while the other feels like a trap.
18
I like the word discount in the title.
19
The word discount grans my attention :)
20
Discounts are always appealing
21
i want a discount
22
Option C offers a discount, which is very appealing to me. Option D doesn't say that there is an issue with my poll, as it asks a question instead, in which there might be an issue or there might not be an issue. Option D is asking me for feedback, while Option C offers me something beneficial instead. I would definitely click on Option C.
23
There is a hint of monetary savings with option C
24
This gives me motivation to open as I will get a bonus
25
Unless I knew who sent it, I wouldn't open either one. If I knew who the sender was, the discount would give me an incentive to at least look at the email.
26
I like discounts

36 Unique Respondents Voted for D

Gender
Trait ValuePercentage
Male (64%)64
Female (36%)36
Age
Trait ValuePercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (61%)61
35-49 (28%)28
50-64 (8%)8
65+ (3%)3
Income
Trait ValuePercentage
$0-30k (28%)28
$30-60k (44%)44
$60-100k (19%)19
$100k+ (8%)8
Ethnicity
Trait ValuePercentage
White (69%)69
Black (6%)6
Asian (11%)11
Hispanic (11%)11
Other (3%)3
Education
Trait ValuePercentage
High School (25%)25
College (64%)64
Grad School (11%)11
1
$60-100k Male College 18-34 White

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "Discount sounds more appealing."
(vs B) "C benefits me more."
(vs A) "C offers me a tangible benefit"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "Option D sounds accusatory"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "D sounds accusatory as compared to A"
(vs B) "A is a little stronger"
2
Other $0-30k College Female 18-34

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "I would most likely either not believe I would actually get the discount or I would think it would be too difficult to get the discount, like it would require me to download something or do things that take a long time. If it said there was an issue with the poll I may try to check and see what the possible issue is."
(vs B) "I don't think there would be real help. Or the help would not apply to me."
(vs A) "I would be interested to know why they think there's an issue."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "A discount sounds better than help, though I don't believe I would really be likely to get it."
(vs A) "Usually when things ask if I need help the help doesn't actually apply to my situation."
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "I may need help, but not actually be able to get real help."
3
Male 35-49 $30-60k High School White

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "The word discount grans my attention :)"
(vs B) "Same as before. The word discount is the key"
(vs A) "The word discount again"
Votes for Option D
(vs B) "Asking if there is an issue implies that something might be wrong and I should investigate"
(vs A) "I know i don't need help finishing the poll, so I need to see what the "issue" is"
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "the word need seems more urgent than the word Some."
4
Male 18-34 White $30-60k College

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "I might wonder what it's about if I had anything to do with a poll"
(vs B) "I'd open it if I had created a poll"
(vs A) "It sounds like there's a problem with something I created"
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "I'd wonder what it was"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "I wouldn't be interested in purchasing a poll, even at a discount"
(vs B) "It's more easily understood"
5
$0-30k White Male 18-34 College

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "This one gives me a deal while the other feels like a trap."
(vs A) "I'd at least check out the deal offered."
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "I like the kinder, more human approach."
(vs C) "I like the polite tone."
(vs A) "I like the more informal tone and approach."
Votes for Option D
(vs A) "I like how it's a genuine question; feels less like spam."
6
White High School $0-30k 18-34 Male

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "its more catchy"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "seems a better way"
(vs C) "makes a bit more since"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "same reason as earlier"
(vs C) "like i just said"
(vs B) "both are the same really"
7
$60-100k White College 18-34 Male

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "The other one sounds more authoritative and would make me take a step back."
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "This one seems more helpful and nice."
(vs C) "This one seems helpful and nicer than the other choice."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "This title seems more personal and helpful than the other option."
(vs C) "The other one doesn't seem as helpful."
(vs B) "This one asks the question better. The other one doesn't do a good job asking the question."
8
White High School 35-49 $100k+ Female

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "There is a hint of monetary savings with option C"
(vs B) "Again I prefer of monetary compensation."
(vs A) "I'd want to know what the discount amount is."
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "I'd be curious to learn of what help os being offered"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "I'm curious as to what sort of help is being offered."
(vs B) "Prefer the more proper English statement"
9
$0-30k Male 35-49 College White

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "Incase they is a issue with the poll"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "I'd like info on how to finish it"
(vs C) "I'd like info on how to finish it"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "I wouls like more info on this"
(vs C) "I would like more info on it"
(vs B) "Its more descriptive"
10
$30-60k White 18-34 Male High School

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "Incentives are always more eye-opening."
(vs B) "I like any financial incentives."
(vs A) "Discounts are always the most helpful thing to me."
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "I'd be curious at the type of help offered."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "I'd be curious as to what help is being offered to me."
(vs B) "These two are fairly similar, I don't have a preference so went with my gut."
11
$30-60k White College 18-34 Female

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "It sounds less spammy."
(vs B) "It sounds legitimate."
(vs A) "There might have been a technical error so it's good to follow-up."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "If I had walked away because it was taking too long I might be tempted if I got something in return for my time."
(vs A) "I like incentives!"
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "It sounds better than the alternative."
12
$30-60k College 18-34 Male White

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "friendlier to me"
(vs B) "it seems simple enough"
(vs A) "more polite to me"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "discounts are always nice"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "it seems more polite"
Votes for Option B
(vs A) "it is much simpler"
13
College $30-60k 50-64 Male White

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "It makes me want to know more."
(vs B) "It makes me want to know more about the "issue""
(vs A) "It makes me want to know more about the "issue""
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "discounts are always appealing"
(vs A) "Because it says I will get a discount which makes me think about money"
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "It is worded better"
14
College $0-30k White Female 18-34

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "It gets your attention more"
(vs B) "It triggers an immediate kind of response"
(vs A) "It's a more direct question"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "It gives me something tangible"
(vs A) "Discounts are always good"
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "It asks a more direct kind of question"
15
College $30-60k 18-34 Male White

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "i want a discount"
(vs B) "i want a discount"
(vs A) "i would like a discount"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "i might need some help"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "i might need help finishing it"
(vs B) "i might need help finishing"
16
Female White High School $60-100k 35-49

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "The statement makes more sense and doesn't look like a scam."
(vs B) "An issue with your poll sounds better than help finishing."
(vs A) "I'm actually pretty even on these two options. I picked issue with your poll because "help finishing" makes it seem like the person making the poll may be differently abled."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "This option appears less scamlike."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "The wording on this one doesnt make it look like a scam."
(vs B) "Need sounds better than some."
17
Male College 18-34 $30-60k White

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "They seemed more logical and concerned."
(vs B) "It is a complete sentence."
(vs A) "They seem really concerned and it is a good sentence."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "It seemed a lot less pushy."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "They seemed more concerned and not asking for money."
(vs B) "It is a little less rude I'd say."
18
College $30-60k 18-34 Male Hispanic

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "The other one is confusing."
(vs B) "The other one is condescending."
(vs A) "It's more professional sounding."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "I don't like the other one; it's confusing."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "It's a lot more professional."
(vs B) "It seems more grammatical."
19
Male 35-49 $0-30k College White

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "Option C would make me more likely to respond"
(vs B) "I would be most likely to finish with option c"
(vs A) "I would be much more likely to finish with option C"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "I would be more apt to respond to option b"
Votes for Option D
(vs A) "I would be more apt to do so with option D"
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "I would be more apt with option A"
20
College Male 18-34 $0-30k Hispanic

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "I like discounts"
(vs B) "I like saving money and discounts"
(vs A) "Discounts are better than help and offer more incentive."
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "Option B sounds more helpful"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "Option A sounds more helpful and less like I did something wrong"
(vs B) ""Some help" sounds to personal and not proper grammar."
21
College Male $30-60k White 35-49

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "I would want to know if there is something wrong, or that I could do better, related to an online poll"
(vs A) "This one sounds like there are things I might not have thought of or done wrong"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "If I was just having issues creating a poll I would choose B"
(vs C) "If I need help with my poll I would open B"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "I would check this one because C sounds like a fishing attempt to me"
(vs B) "A sounds better to me, you arent going to look for help if you dont need it, so just volunteering information like B isnt going to make me open it over A"
22
White $60-100k Male 18-34 Grad School

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "like this one"
(vs A) "on this poll"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "much better option"
(vs C) "like the b"
Votes for Option C
(vs A) "needs more edits"
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "work on it"
23
18-34 Asian Male $60-100k College

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "it's a little more welcoming"
(vs B) "Better incentive to finish"
(vs A) "more incentive to finish"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "it's more inviting"
Votes for Option D
(vs A) "more welcoming question"
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "more welcoming with words"
24
White Male 18-34 $0-30k High School

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "it seems good"
(vs B) "sounds like you can get cheap"
(vs A) "it sounds cheaper"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "good looking phrase"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "its helping someone"
(vs B) "they are helping you"
25
College $30-60k Female 18-34 Hispanic

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "This gives me motivation to open as I will get a bonus"
(vs B) "I want a bonus to finish and this motivates me"
(vs A) "Motivation makes it stand out"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "Makes it seem like they want to help and understand why I havent finished"
(vs A) "Offering assistance stands out instead of asking"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "Offering help in the title makes me feel needed"
26
White Male 18-34 College $100k+

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "Sounds good to me."
(vs B) "Discounts are great stuff!"
(vs A) "Discounts are great for everyone involved!"
Votes for Option D
(vs B) "The word issue seems pressing."
(vs A) "Is there an issue? Who knows."
Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I lik the way the wording is presented."
27
$30-60k Male 18-34 High School White

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "Neither because I don't have a poll"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "Neither of these"
(vs C) "B would make me more curious than C"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "Neither of these"
(vs C) "I suppose A"
(vs B) "Either of these I suppose"
28
$60-100k Grad School White Female 35-49

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "Everyone's looking for a discount!"
(vs B) "Between help and savings, I would choose savings."
(vs A) "Cash is king. I prefer the discount."
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "I would like some help, if offered."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "I prefer the offer of assistance."
(vs B) "Need is a good leader word."
29
College White 50-64 Male $30-60k

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "I always like an incentive."
(vs B) "I am open to bribes."
(vs A) "I will always opt for the offer of a financial incentive."
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "This use of "issue" sounds snarky."
(vs A) "'A' could be interpreted as condescending."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "An offer of help sounds friendlier."
30
College 18-34 Asian $30-60k Male

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "reads less spamy"
(vs B) "sounds like legitimate help rather than a spam like email"
(vs A) "doesn't read like a scam email"
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "sounds less like spam and more helpful"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "doesn't read like someone trying to scam you"
(vs B) "sounds more professional yet also personal"
31
High School White $30-60k Female 35-49

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "i'm not understanding option c"
(vs B) "shouldn't need help finishing a poll"
(vs A) "d makes more sense since help shoudn't be necessary"
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "shouldn't need help, but a discount makes even less sense"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "option a makes a tad more sense"
(vs B) "a over b because help shouldn't be provided"
32
$0-30k High School 35-49 Male White

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "this sounds more lucrative"
(vs B) "This sounds like I'll save money"
(vs A) "This one makes me think I'll get money back"
Votes for Option D
(vs B) "This makes me wonder"
(vs A) "This makes me worry that something is wrong"
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "This is more succinct"
33
Grad School White $100k+ 35-49 Male

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "Asks a prompting question"
(vs B) "Yes/no seems easier/quicker to answer"
(vs A) "Yes/no seems quick and easy"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "B doesn't make much sense"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "Neither is great, but I guess A because it is a question"
(vs B) "B makes no sense"
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Female 18-34 $30-60k Hispanic College

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "it tells me that i will get a discount and that is interesting"
(vs B) "it talks about a discount and i like discounts"
(vs A) "This seems like i will get a benefit"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "it seems helpful"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "it tells me they have a solution"
(vs B) "Tells me they will take action"
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Female 18-34 $60-100k Asian College

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "C is more assertive"
(vs B) "C provides solution makes me think less"
(vs A) "C is more assertive and provides solution already"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "B seems more helpful"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "A sounds more friendly and helpful"
(vs B) "A sounds more friendly"
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Male 18-34 $30-60k Asian College

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "The appeal of a discount made me vote C."
(vs B) "I like the offer of a discount."
(vs A) "I prefer the discount version."
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "I like how it asks if I need help."
(vs A) "The tone is more passive, which I like more in my emails."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) ""Need help" sounds more friendly and open."
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Female 18-34 $60-100k White College

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "I like the word discount in the title."
(vs B) "This gives me incentive to finish"
(vs A) "Again, I love a good discount"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "I can always use extra help."
(vs A) "This option doesn't really require that I outright ask for the help"
Votes for Option D
(vs A) "I like the opportunity to explain any issues"
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Female 50-64 $0-30k White High School

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "Unless I knew who sent it, I wouldn't open either one. If I knew who the sender was, the discount would give me an incentive to at least look at the email."
(vs B) "If this is a poll about something I purchased, C would give me an incentive to finish the poll."
(vs A) "I chose C because a discount is an encouragement to complete the task. A seems to be calling me an idiot."
Votes for Option D
(vs B) "I'd go with D because it's just asking a question. B sounds pushy and judgmental."
(vs A) "I chose D because it's more polite than A."
Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I actually don't like either option, and I would delete both. Since we have to choose, I went with B because it's slightly less condescending than A."
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Female 50-64 $60-100k Black High School

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "I like discounts and rebates so I would open this one."
(vs B) "Discounts are always good so I would choose this one."
(vs A) "The words discount would grab my attention rather quickly because I like discounts."
Votes for Option D
(vs B) "This is probably a question to me that maybe I did something incorrectly and need to fix it."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "If I needed help with finishing my poll I would choose this one because its asking me if I need help."
(vs B) "This one sounds more proper than the other one."
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Female 18-34 $60-100k Hispanic College

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "TO GET IT DONE QUICKER"
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "TO GET HELP FOR SURE"
(vs C) "I'D RATHER HAVE HELP THAN A DISCOUNT"
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "HELP IS ALWAYS GOOD"
(vs C) "HELP IS GOOD."
(vs B) "IT SOUNDS MORE CARING."
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Female 35-49 $30-60k Hispanic Grad School

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "IT SOUNDS MORE CREDIBLE THEN C. C SOUNDS A BIT LIKE A SCAM."
(vs B) "I PREFER THE WORDING ON CHOICE D. IT IS WRITTEN IN THE CORRECT FORM."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "PREFER CHOICE B SINCE CHOICE C SOUNDS LIKE A SCAM AND SOUNDS NOT TRUE."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "SOUNDS CREDIBLE TO BE SENT FOR HELP."
(vs C) "CHOICE A SOUNDS CREDIBLE AND CORRECT. CHOICE C DOES NOT SOUND CREDIBLE."
(vs B) "SOUNDS BETTER WRITTEN THEN CHOICE B."
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Female 18-34 $30-60k White College

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "I think this is better because it shows concern."
Votes for Option B
(vs D) "It makes things easier and makes the user want to check an easier way to complete the poll."
(vs C) "This option sounds better, its more likely to get a positive reaction."
(vs A) "I like it better because it seems more warm to me."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "This is good because it offers an alternate way."
(vs C) "I like this one because it seems more straigh forward and with more cooperation than the other."
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Male 18-34 $30-60k Asian Grad School

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "Option D sounds like a legitimate concern, while Option C sounds like spam."
(vs B) "Option D sounds more professional."
(vs A) "Option D sounds more professional."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "Option B sounds more urgent, while Option C sounds like a spam offer."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "Option A sounds more like it's related to something I'm already working on, while Option C sounds like a spam email."
(vs B) "Option A sounds more professional than Option B."
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$0-30k Male 18-34 College Hispanic

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "Discounts are always appealing"
(vs B) "Discounts are appealing."
(vs A) "Discounts are appealing"
Votes for Option D
(vs B) "It is a complete sentence."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "Get's right to the point."
(vs B) "Option A is more grammatically correct."
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Male 18-34 $0-30k White High School

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "choice D gets right to the point of the email"
(vs B) "choice D stays on topic with the email question"
(vs A) "choice D allows the person to get right to any issues with there poll."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "choice B works because it asks in the form of a question"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "a person doing a poll would like choice A because there asking about anything else."
(vs B) "choice A seems more direct yet friendly about finishing a poll."
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Female 18-34 $30-60k Black College

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "This one just seem more appropriate."
(vs B) "The question seems more user friendly."
(vs A) "This doesn't seem too direct."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "The question seems more user friendly."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "The question seems more appropriate."
(vs B) "I like this question better."
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Male 35-49 $60-100k Hispanic College

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "It implies that they want to help me with an issue. I don't understand why I would need a discount to finish a poll."
(vs B) "I don't know why I would need help finishing a poll. They pretty much finish themselves. On the other hand, if there is an issue then I would appreciate help to resolve it."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "I would imagine that once a poll has been made then there isn't any reason to pay more money. I would appreciate help finishing one if the need be."
(vs A) "I should be aware if I needed help finishing my poll. I would explore any suggestions given to me just in case there is something I haven't previously thought about."
Votes for Option A
(vs D) "If I was aware of an issue with my poll, I would take it upon myself to look for solutions. I would appreciate help finishing one if it was offered."
(vs C) "I would be more interested in help to finish a poll than a discount to finish one. I would be aware of the cost before even starting one, so a discount shouldn't even be necessary."
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College Asian $60-100k Female 18-34

Votes for Option D
(vs C) "I wouldn't care to finish my poll. I would be curious about what's wrong with my poll"
(vs B) "Same. I would be more curious to see if there is an issue with the poll"
(vs A) "Same as before. I'd want to know if there is an issue to report."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "Choice B sounds more polite than C which just sounds like someone hustling me"
(vs A) "B sounds a bit more casual and nice than A"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "A sounds way more polite than B."
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$100k+ White 18-34 Male College

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "Option C offers a discount, which is very appealing to me. Option D doesn't say that there is an issue with my poll, as it asks a question instead, in which there might be an issue or there might not be an issue. Option D is asking me for feedback, while Option C offers me something beneficial instead. I would definitely click on Option C."
(vs B) "Option C offers a discount, which is beneficial to me. Option B does not."
(vs A) "Option C offers a discount, which is beneficial to me. Option A does not offer a discount."
Votes for Option D
(vs B) "Option D would be useful if I actually have an issue in finishing the poll. Option B offers help in finishing my poll, but I doubt that I would need help for something as simple as finishing a poll. Option D would be more useful for me, which is why I chose it."
(vs A) "I would be more likely to chose Option D because I might have an issue with the poll after I submit it. Option A offers help, but I don't think that I would need help in finishing a poll."
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "They are both similar, but Option A is worded more professionally."
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College White $30-60k Female 65+

Votes for Option C
(vs D) "I love discounts!"
(vs B) "Discounts are always welcome"
(vs A) "I will always choose an option with a discount"
Votes for Option D
(vs B) "I prefer the complete sentence"
(vs A) "Don't offer help to me. Too personal."
Votes for Option A
(vs B) "Ugh. The lesser of two evils. Choice A sounds more natural."
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