Poll Results

 Aug 29, 2017
 Private
Question

Let's say you're a business owner who wants to conduct some market research on a new logo. You are presented with the following options to survey your customers. Which are you most likely to choose?

50 RespondentsGeneral Population

Option A
PickFu Solo: Test 1 idea by itself

Score: 14
22 votes
Option B
PickFu Duo: Test 2 ideas against each other

Score: 46
46 votes
Option C
Ranked Set: Test 3 or more ideas all at once

Score: 54
39 votes
Option D
Paired Set: Test 3 or more ideas against each other

Score: 26
43 votes

Results & Summary


Option C is the winner of this Ranked Poll with a final tally of 27 votes after 3 rounds of vote counting.

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Responses 
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7 Responses to Option A6 people chose B as their 2nd choice, 4 people chose D as their 3rd choice
1
I love all PickFu HITs!
2
less options are easier to process. Once you get past three they start to get repetitive and the reasons start to blend together
3
See, here I only have to give one answer, so it's much more meaningful than 6 answers that end up being "this one is the best"
4
First you can test to see if the only logo that you want will go over well. Then test it against your second pick, and finally have the users tell you what they like best
5
I like the PickFu's the most followed by the Pair Set. The Ranked Set seems the most confusing & time consuming as well.
6
I think testing 1 idea by it self is best.
7
I think the ability to test 1 logo at a time would give a more accurate indication of which logo is liked or disliked the best.
13 Responses to Option B8 people chose D as their 3rd choice, 5 people chose A as their 2nd choice
1
I don't like the idea of a ranked set, it sounds like more work and effort for the same reward.
2
you'd get more reliable data when the questions are simple and easy to understand/do
3
B seems like the easiest. you can see the results side by sideA would be a little harder, since you really wouldn't have anything to compare it to.D would be the hardest since you have more choices.
4
I would want to have input on more than one idea. However, I would want to limit it to two because I feel the more ideas you have presented at one time would make it more distracting for the participants.
5
It's good to get many perspectives and then just narrow it down to one.
6
They sound easy to understand
7
Seems Moore reasonable to me
8
I feel like I'd want to start out with two of my favorite ideas against each other to see the favorite. From there, I can throw in another item and see what people think of that one compared to the others.
9
Most companies know which two logos are most preferred and business owners have their own opinion and would choose just 2 or 3 logos they prefer themselves.
10
I don't think testing 1 idea would be productive, so I didn't choose that method at all. Often, less choices are better, so I chose the one where the person had to pick 1 logo out of the smallest groups and worked from there.
11
Option B was best because they could rate your top two choices against each other. Option D is ok if you have three or more ideas. Option A is good if you want a response for your favorite idea.
12
I would want to challenge two items against each other to figure out each item's strength/weaknesses. Then the testing of just one item would become useful once you have a winner from testing against another item.
13
I think this is the one that would get the most responses, in that order.
17 Responses to Option C13 people chose D as their 2nd choice, 11 people chose B as their 3rd choice
1
seems to be the easiest legit options
2
Having multiple choices will force a person to narrow done their preferences.
3
I think it easier to first test a few things together, then apart apart.
4
I think that I like the idea of ranked sets especially when they are testing 3 ideas. I chose D and B as the second and third because those are being tested 2 against or alongside each other, which gives more options.
5
I think it is better to give several options for the viewer to choose from, and display them so that the person can see all of them at the same time and compare them.
6
Like testing multiple ideas at once.
7
I think letting people see everything at once allows them to have the most information and make the most informed choice. Letting them see only part of the information will lead to choices they would not choose if they had all of the information.
8
I like the rank survey best, and then testing as many options together as possible, then the second most options together. I do no think option A will give any useful results.
9
I wanted to compare all ideas. I thought that the ranked set worked best.
10
I would like to see people's preferences to find as much of a broad agreement as possible.
11
I liked the ranked idea because all are presented and feedback is available right away, seems easiest for evaluating.
12
I like being able to compare
13
Giving all three ideas at once will allow them to rank the ideas.Option D will allow them to pick the best idea.Option B can allow them to pick the best idea out of two without getting too much information.
14
Option C is the best because it gives the most options to really tell consumer preference. Option B is good too because it also tests 3 separate ideas but is a little different in format. Option B is okay because people respond well to "this or that" and comparing just 2 ideas. Although the third idea must be excluded, which may be hard to eliminate. Option A is not good, because it doesn't give people anything to compare to. It may be useful in the final stages of decision making, but only if there is ONE logo that is already mostly decided on.
15
I think asking sequential comparisons or rankings works best and gives the best data.
16
I prefer to have all of the ideas presented at once. The participant can then rank the choices.
17
Option C returns the most data as you will have the ranking of all 3 logos in every data set. Option D because it offers 3 choices and then B because it offers 2. All in descending amounts of data returned.
13 Responses to Option D9 people chose B as their 3rd choice, 8 people chose C as their 2nd choice
1
I feel in my heart that this is correct
2
I think ranking three against each other gives a better picture of what they all do.
3
Like the idea of making comparisons between more than one item.
4
I think it would give the best results
5
I think it would be best to test 3 ideas then 2. I picked D first because putting the ideas against each other will help get a better idea of which one people like more.
6
Testing multiple ideas at once should lead to seeing the different patterns with each idea. Comparing them will allow for better analysis of pros and cons.
7
I went with choices D and B because having many ideas can lead to better results. I also chose option A because sometimes you can have one really good idea that can make a difference.
8
I picked the options that I felt would produce the most data in order to make the most informed decision after the data had been analyzed.
9
I prefer to try 3 ideas out over 1 or 2
10
I think it is best to compare multiple options at once.
11
I think these tests (in order) would yield in the most satisfactory and helpful results
12
I think the more data you can collect and the more items you can compare, the better. I think Option D would yield the most feedback and it would be the most useful, following by C and B. I think comparing more items lets people see them all together as opposed to seeing one or two at a time and making a judgement against one or the other.
13
I would pick the Paired Set test for the written feedback. Then I would prefer the Ranked list so I could get a strong sense of people's preferences without the confusion of multiple rounds. Finally, I would look at the PickFu duo to see what opinions emerged when options were compared with one another. Comparison brings out things that people might not see if they look one on one.

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