Poll Results

 Jan 2, 2018
 Private
Question

Which book would you be more likely to buy?

50 RespondentsGeneral Population

Option A


Score: 66
33 votes
Option B


Score: 34
17 votes

Responses 
Showing 50/50 responses

33 Responses to Option A
1
The first one seems more intriguing.
2
The person and animal make the story look much more interesting.
3
B just looks blank
4
I chose A because it has a dog on the cover.
5
I like the lady and the dog on the front. Gives it more to look at.
6
The lady and dog give it a more personal feel. Love it.
7
The figures make it a bit more interesting.
8
I like the person and dog, they add an intriguing element the other doesn't have.
9
the person makes the cover more real
10
It shows more of the theme of the book
11
THE DOG AND LADY ADD MORE TO THE COVER- THOUGH NOT MY KIND OF BOOK
12
The picture of the lady and the dog makes it more appealing.
13
The woman and the dog are implicitly the characters the story is about. This makes the cover more appealing.
14
The image captures my attention right away
15
I prefer Option A, because I like that the main character is featured on the cover of the book.
16
It gives the idea of the character and companion in the story.
17
I like seeing a potential character.
18
I like the outlines of the dog and human better
19
I like the image of the woman and the dog. It adds visual interest to it and makes me wonder who the woman is with the guns.
20
Looks more interesting
21
I chose A because the graphics and the cover really drew my attention more.
22
B has an odd line under the T in the word justice.
23
It looks a lot better with the person and dog.
24
Because there is a dog on the cover.
25
I prefer the images of the characters. It helps me visualize when I am reading.
26
I like the lady and dog. B is too plain.
27
Option B looks more interesting because of the person and dog on the front cover.
28
I feel like choice B is just empty and missing something. Although maybe a little blip about what the book is about could help pick the cover
29
The characters tell me something about the story and make it look exciting.
30
PREFER THE COVER THE OF "A"
31
The cover without the person and dog just looks too empty.
32
I like seeing the character and the dog. It helps me when I'm visualizing the characters while I'm reading it.
33
I would rather buy A, because it looks to have a protagonist to follow. I'm also a dog lover, so if the possible hero of the story has a dog sidekick, that would be great.
17 Responses to Option B
1
Looks less busy
2
There's not really room for the shadow people on the cover
3
i dont like the gun
4
It is more intriguing. I want to know what/who is involved.
5
This cover was more visually appealing and caught my eye better than the other
6
The person and dog on the title cover distract from what's going on in the background. I think it looks better without them. It's more likely to grab my attention.
7
The character looks really fake on A, and I think the book doesn't necessarily need the character shown in it because when reading I tend to get my own idea of what he or she looks like.
8
I prefer Choice B because A looks like a comic book and a little silly
9
THE PERSON IN A LOOKS FAKE
10
A looks too much like a kids cartoon on the cover.
11
I would be less likely to buy a book with an avatar-looking female on the front. It just doesn't seem appealing to me. How ever I would probably be interested in the book in choice B. I think the colors on the cover are attractive, I like the title and the way the copy is laid out on the cover.
12
Looks better and more open without characters in forefront
13
I don't like the picture of the woman on the other cover. I prefer to make up what the characters look like in my mind when I read.
14
If you are gearing this toward women, it might be helpful for the cover to point out that this is a female heroine but otherwise, the graphics look cheap and generic like an early 2000's video game.
15
this one is more visually apealing. don't care for the other one at all
16
book is great
17
The girl looks too fake

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