Poll Results

Nov 11, 2016
Private

Which article title would you be more likely to click to learn more?

50 Respondents General Population

Option A

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25 votes
Option B

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25 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
A is more interesting
2
it doesnt make me feel stupid
3
Option A is just more interesting in general.
4
They are both things that wouldn't get me to look into more, but A is slightly more interesting.
5
It looks more professional.
6
Option A is more friendly
7
I like the variety of colors that pop in option a.
8
The title just seems more relevant to me. The other one is worded very strangely.
9
This layout and design is really nice.
10
The puzzle looks intriguing. I like puzzles. Something about the other image and title makes me think of old 1950s era drawings in the newspaper. It looks outdated and makes me think the article would be useless.
11
I think the other one looks like a joke article.
12
I like the puzzle idea and am more drawn to it than the other.
13
The other is just silly.
14
the puzzle pieces seem a little more (pro) active
15
it feels like a puzzle being pieced together.
16
Option A seems more empowering, less like I'm doing something wrong and more like I just haven't had the best opportunities yet.
17
It's always preferable to avoid making a person feel like they're incompetent or criticized.
18
I like this one better. its funner and more interesting.
19
I like the graphic more . It is more interesting and grabs my attention.
20
This sounds more constructive.
21
The puzzle pieces seem more illustrative of problem solving at a first glance. The picture of a man wandering seems a little awkward at a first glance.
22
It's much more visually appealing and intriguing. The blind folded image is a little disconcerting.
23
I like to think of life's problems as puzzles to solve.
24
I like how they are finding the piece in the puzzle in choice A.
25
I actually like both images quite a bit. The puzzle pieces would be my preferred one since it doesn't mention "problems". It gives the impression that it can help find things in your business that will improve it that you may never have thought of.
Responses to Option B
1
I'm not a business person, but I guess the picture catches my eye more.
2
i like the picture more
3
I think B is more appealing.
4
This invokes more interest.
5
The picture interests me more..A seems a little more boring.
6
Problems are with what I would need help.
7
The picture looks more business oriented.
8
This is more descriptive
9
It has a human connotation based on the picture, so more people can relate to this one (me included).
10
I'd click on Option B, it sounds more useful and informative.
11
I like that this will then show me problems that I don't know about.
12
Option B says "find the problems you are having in your business," whereas A sounds more like "hey, you don't even know what all you are doing."
13
This picture is more interesting.
14
More entertaining visual.
15
It sounds more intriguing and of interest
16
it sounds like it would better explain what i need to do to take off my blindfold
17
Seems more light-hearted and amusing.
18
This implies that there are problems that could be fixed, so the article would probably help with coming up with solutions, as well.
19
Much more attention grabbing
20
this one looks more interesting and appealing to me
21
Option B sounds more interesting, particularly combined with the image used.
22
blindfold idea is super cool
23
i really don't like either but certainly did not like the puzzle. The guy blindfolded implies you are blind to blunders
24
they look both interesting so I will listen to my guts
25
blindfold idea is clever

Demographics

Gender
Male (56%)
TraitPercentage
Male (56%)56
Female (44%)44
Age
18-34 (62%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (62%)62
35-49 (16%)16
50-64 (20%)20
65+ (2%)2
Income
$30-60k (42%)
TraitPercentage
$0-30k (36%)36
$30-60k (42%)42
$60-100k (16%)16
$100k+ (6%)6
Ethnicity
White (88%)
TraitPercentage
White (88%)88
Black (2%)2
Asian (8%)8
Hispanic (2%)2
Other (0%)0
Education
College (60%)
TraitPercentage
High School (28%)28
College (60%)60
Grad School (12%)12
Gender for Option A
Female (52%)
TraitPercentage
Male (48%)48
Female (52%)52
Gender for Option B
Male (64%)
TraitPercentage
Male (64%)64
Female (36%)36
Age for Option A
18-34 (64%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (64%)64
35-49 (12%)12
50-64 (24%)24
65+ (0%)0
Age for Option B
18-34 (60%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (60%)60
35-49 (20%)20
50-64 (16%)16
65+ (4%)4
Income for Option A
$0-30k (36%)
TraitPercentage
$0-30k (36%)36
$30-60k (36%)36
$60-100k (24%)24
$100k+ (4%)4
Income for Option B
$30-60k (48%)
TraitPercentage
$0-30k (36%)36
$30-60k (48%)48
$60-100k (8%)8
$100k+ (8%)8
Ethnicity for Option A
White (76%)
TraitPercentage
White (76%)76
Black (4%)4
Asian (16%)16
Hispanic (4%)4
Other (0%)0
Ethnicity for Option B
White (100%)
TraitPercentage
White (100%)100
Black (0%)0
Asian (0%)0
Hispanic (0%)0
Other (0%)0
Education for Option A
College (60%)
TraitPercentage
High School (32%)32
College (60%)60
Grad School (8%)8
Education for Option B
College (60%)
TraitPercentage
High School (24%)24
College (60%)60
Grad School (16%)16

A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Gender
42%
Male (28)
57%
59%
Female (22)
40%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
51%
18-34 (31)
48%
37%
35-49 (8)
62%
60%
50-64 (10)
40%
0%
65+ (1)
100%

Income
50%
$0-30k (18)
50%
42%
$30-60k (21)
57%
75%
$60-100k (8)
25%
33%
$100k+ (3)
66%

Ethnicity
43%
White (44)
56%
100%
Black (1)
0%
100%
Asian (4)
0%
100%
Hispanic (1)
0%
-
Other (None)
-

Education
57%
High School (14)
42%
50%
College (30)
50%
33%
Grad School (6)
66%
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