Polls with type of community-specific targeting
Check out 5 surveys targeting type of community. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.
We are creating a baby clothing line. All the clothes will be organic and we are aiming to be a higher end, more expensive brand. This name is for the brand/website.
This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Type of community (Suburban). A sample of responses:
- I don't like the way Simplee is spelled it just strikes me wrong.
- i prefer a to b in this one
- I think that pure give you a simplistic.
- This sounds cute and nice to me.
- Pure makes me thing of organic and untouched.
This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Type of community (Suburban, Urban) and U.S. geographic region (Pacific). A sample of responses:
- I like that you demonstrate the need for help
- It tells me the exact amount of help that the organization needs.
- Feels like a statement toward me.
- It is a lot more attention grabbing
- This option looks like there is a positive future.
Which ad would make you take action to learn more about foster parenting or mentoring (e.g. attend an orientation, sign up for an informational webinar)?
This is a 5 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Type of community (Urban, Suburban) and U.S. geographic region (Pacific). A sample of responses:
- Shows people of different ages can make a difference.
- Because when I go to learn more, it lets me know that there are many different resources.
- I like the wording of A
- The image makes it seem more credible as a whole
- This ad makes me want to take action because it seems meaningful.
This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Amazon Prime membership (Yes) and Type of community (Urban, Suburban). A sample of responses:
- I LIKE THAT A LETS YOU KNOW HOW MANY PLACEMATS THAT YOU GET.
- I chose D because I really don't like either of the displays of how they used it.
- The shots showing the runner in use is the most helpfulto get a sense of size and style. Then I also like the shot showing exactly everything you get in the package.
- i like B and C because they show the product best in it's environment and is best for aesthetics
- The one I didn't show does not give you any idea to the product's size. The other one's at least do that.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age range (45 54, 35 44) and Type of community (Urban). A sample of responses:
- choice B has a more descriptive tagline to the book title
- Option B is more relevant, makes more sense, and is easier to understand than Option A
- I dig seeing "Your Million Dollar''. Grabs my attention right away.
- I like option B the most because the million dollar message really appealed to me and brought my attention in.
- The main title for A is far too vague and bland; I might even bother with the subhed after reading that