Poll Results

 Apr 3, 209
 Public

Which share link are you more likely to click on to share a web page?

50 RespondentsGeneral Population

Responses 
Showing 50/50 responses

29 Responses to Option A
1
it has good options like digg
2
I like the icons
3
There is more color, so eyes are drawn to it
4
It shows the different sharing sources
5
liked the colors better, didn't understand other symbol
6
It's more eye-catching.
7
more in depth than just share this I like the extra icons
8
The link looks like it will give me different options about how I can share the page - option B looks like I won't get a choice.
9
The second has some well known sites like delicious. So increases the authenticity. I trust this option to some extent.
10
B is more attractive than A
11
Option B because it has the windows icon in the bar.
12
Because it's familiar and I know where it'll take me just by looking at the icons on it.
13
Looks like it offers more options given the multiple icons
14
I like the color better
15
Option A has more options. I don't know what the green symbol under Option B stands for.
16
Biger icon and more graphic
17
it shows which sites you can bookmark on
18
It is straightforward and easy
19
Because it is more frequently used, and I surely know that it will bookmark.
20
more obvious which methods are available for sharing eg. delicious
21
like the image
22
It looks like an actual button choice
23
I would choose B because it has more reputable icons...more likely to be virus protected. It just seems safer.
24
lots of options avilable, like delicious etc.
25
It has the Windows symbol in it and I don't know what option A is.
26
like graphics
27
It contains the windows emblem which makes me think that it is a more legit site
28
it has different icons which mean it may have different ways to share (diff. sites, etc)
29
It has icons for different websites.
21 Responses to Option B
1
Simpler design
2
I'ts simpler.. The extra icons on A confuse me.
3
it's more clean and simple
4
A is simple but attractive. B is cluttered and the additional icons are a little more than needed.
5
I like the graphics better
6
a seems more literal, one icon better than the multiple ones in b
7
option a good
8
It looks simpler.
9
It is more straight-forward and easy to recognize, making it more likely to find on a page to click on.
10
it's less cluttered and looks better. Option B also looks too big to be a link button that I would click.
11
Looks more modern and project the image of a cooperating network.
12
It looks simpler and less tech-y.
13
"Share This" seems to be more clear than only "Share" and the image is not as confusing.
14
There is only simple icon, no confusion.
15
It looks more professional. B looks like my page didn't load completely.
16
Option B is more appealing to click.
17
Plain and simple yet attention grabbing.
18
A - the word "this" makes it seem like a one time share. This is preferable to the word "share" by it self because shared sites are notorious for viruses.
19
The picture in optain A is too cluttered. The option B picture looks nice and simple.
20
Choice A is just more asthetically pleasing to me.
21
The color of this one draws my eye more, and it's less cluttered.

Demographics

Age
18-34 (66%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (4%)4
18-34 (66%)66
35-49 (12%)12
50-64 (18%)18
65+ (0%)0
Education
College (74%)
TraitPercentage
High School (8%)8
College (74%)74
Grad School (18%)18
Ethnicity
White (72%)
TraitPercentage
White (72%)72
Black (0%)0
Hispanic (2%)2
Asian (26%)26
Other (0%)0
Gender
Female (54%)
TraitPercentage
Male (46%)46
Female (54%)54
Income
$30-60k (42%)
TraitPercentage
$0-30k (40%)40
$30-60k (42%)42
$60-100k (12%)12
$100k+ (6%)6
Age for Option A
18-34 (69%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (7%)7
18-34 (69%)69
35-49 (14%)14
50-64 (10%)10
65+ (0%)0
Education for Option A
College (66%)
TraitPercentage
High School (10%)10
College (66%)66
Grad School (24%)24
Ethnicity for Option A
White (66%)
TraitPercentage
White (66%)66
Black (0%)0
Hispanic (3%)3
Asian (31%)31
Other (0%)0
Gender for Option A
Male (52%)
TraitPercentage
Male (52%)52
Female (48%)48
Income for Option A
$0-30k (45%)
TraitPercentage
$0-30k (45%)45
$30-60k (38%)38
$60-100k (14%)14
$100k+ (3%)3
Age for Option B
18-34 (62%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (62%)62
35-49 (10%)10
50-64 (29%)29
65+ (0%)0
Education for Option B
College (86%)
TraitPercentage
High School (5%)5
College (86%)86
Grad School (10%)10
Ethnicity for Option B
White (81%)
TraitPercentage
White (81%)81
Black (0%)0
Hispanic (0%)0
Asian (19%)19
Other (0%)0
Gender for Option B
Female (62%)
TraitPercentage
Male (38%)38
Female (62%)62
Income for Option B
$30-60k (48%)
TraitPercentage
$0-30k (33%)33
$30-60k (48%)48
$60-100k (10%)10
$100k+ (10%)10

A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Age
100%
3-17 (2)
0%
60%
18-34 (33)
39%
66%
35-49 (6)
33%
33%
50-64 (9)
66%
-
65+ (None)
-

Education
75%
High School (4)
25%
51%
College (37)
48%
77%
Grad School (9)
22%

Ethnicity
52%
White (36)
47%
-
Black (None)
-
100%
Hispanic (1)
0%
69%
Asian (13)
30%
-
Other (None)
-

Gender
65%
Male (23)
34%
51%
Female (27)
48%

Income
65%
$0-30k (20)
35%
52%
$30-60k (21)
47%
66%
$60-100k (6)
33%
33%
$100k+ (3)
66%
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