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 like pure
- I dislike deliberately misspelling words for a product or business name so that rules out the second place option and leaves me to choose this one that doesn't misspell anything.
- Budding Bear is a cute name for a clothing line given the choice between these two names. Simplee Pure is a name that is more common and almost seen before. It is not memorable. Budding Bear is more unique.
- It gives a good idea of what the brand stands for.
- I like the Pure aspect of the name
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 think they are helping each other because they care about each other
- Option C reminds me of my grandmother who was a primary caretaker for me between years 1 and 4. It is a very emotional picture for me.
- I don't believe in looking out for teens or other young people but would like to support them in however they choose to live their own lives.
- Sometimes the simple things in life are the best things in life. Fostering a child in need can be very rewarding and can lead to a lifetime of enjoyment between the both of you.
- Again I don't really understand the significance of the number 350.
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:
- I chose this one because it makes me want to know what their new ideas are.
- It shows that helping one another can be fun.
- It made me think of the close connection I have with my teenage kids
- Again having an Asian adult showing love to a black teen is very admirable. It shows different races together can help each other.
- Article is about policy.
This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Amazon Prime membership (Yes) and Type of community (Urban, Suburban). A sample of responses:
- Those choices were the most professional of all the ones presented to me.
- Shows how the runner and placemats look when in use.
- I would choose B and C because I can get an idea of what the item looks like and how it can be styled with other items.
- I would buy from B or A because I know exactly what I am getting.
- I ranked the images of the decorative cloth that I thought looked the most attractive.
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:
- I think identifying as a thought leader and putting that in caps makes people more interested rather than just highlighting money in the title. Being a thought leader seems like something that's more than just money and I think people who just want to get their thoughts out and known can relate more to it.
- I think Thought Leader is a catchy title and speaks to the topic well. Also, I like the use of the number 7 twice in the sub head. It grabs attention -- especially the 7 figure portion.
- Because the other title made no grammatical sense whatsoever.
- Neither of these really thrills me, but option B is a little clearer in just what it serves to talk about. By flipping the discussion of "thought leaders" down to the subtitle, we get a little more space to unfold the purpose of the book rather than just play it coy about getting rich.
- I think that the focus on making money will be attractive to many people. But I would be sure to keep the subtitle in a large enough font to be sure that people will know that the target audience is specific to Thought Leaders.