Age Range Audience Targeting

Polls based on Age Range specific focus groups: 18-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, and 65-74

Polls with Age Range-specific Targeting

Check out 4 surveys targeting age range. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which logo for a Shoe & Indoor Slipper Brand do you prefer and why?

    This is a 4 option poll with 200 respondents targeting Age Range (45 54, 35 44, 25 34). A sample of responses:

    • The happy shoe gives it personality- it would be ideal for a child's brand. However if marketed towards adults I would stick with the S/M as it is the most professional yet memorable logo.
    • Option D is a really cute logo and the design is well thought out and looks good. Options C,A and B are great logos, there minimalistic and have great presentation.
    • I ranked these by how neat the logo was
    • I chose the classiest logos in the order of my preference.
    • I like option C the best because I think it makes it look like a luxury brand. Option D is far too silly and I like that one the least.
  • If you are shopping for stone, tile, or countertops what name would make you more likely to choose this business?

    This is a 6 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Home Ownership (Own) and Age Range (45 54, 55 64, 65 74, 35 44). A sample of responses:

    • D sounds the most premium then E then F then B. C is boring. A sounds low quality
    • option E for me is the best choice because the name sounds very sophisticated and classy and gives the impression the the products is high class and well made. F is next because the name puts it in a very advanced era of technology- very creative and unique, one of a kind, B although a bland name sound like a one stop shop for everything one is looking for in that product. C is also a bland name but the name signifies that it is not only sell stones but accessories as well. The name D connotates is that the produce is mediocre and not much is put in the product and A is not even a place one wants to buy products to put in your house. It sounds like a place of left overs.
    • I really only like my first choice. The #6 choice is absolutely terrible. No one will be drawn to go to a store with trash in its name.
    • The stone shop shows that it has a solid foundation. It to me, means it is also unwavering and strong.
    • the names and words used that gives a better description of the advert.
  • Size of the products 8x10 inch. Which set do you prefer and why? This product is for a little girl’s room. Do you think you will be able to use 6 or 9 posters on your girls’ room? We don’t really know if 6 posters are not enough, or 9 posters is too much

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Gender (Female) and Age Range (35 44, 25 34). A sample of responses:

    • I think option A with six options is enough. I would assume the children would put one up at a time? Six is enough for kids.
    • I prefer the lesser option as it would look too crowded with so many posters.
    • too many pictures will make a room too busy and distracting simple is better for little girl
    • I prefer B because I think they are a little less frumpy that the options in A. Soe of the pictures in A are a little too flowery.
    • B just looks more positive so I prefer this.
  • Which new logo do you prefer?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Small Business Owner / Side Hustles (Yes) and Age Range (35 44, 25 34). A sample of responses:

    • Send with sending arrow design and different color for "EATS" looks meaningful.
    • The other logo just had too much of the same color in it.
    • B looks like there is an H. it's confusing
    • The red really makes the send aspect of the wording stand out and I think this is why it is the most effective.
    • I don't get what the H logo means in option B. Option A at least looks nice and makes sense.

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