Polls with credit score-specific targeting
Check out 2 surveys targeting credit score. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Credit score (720+, 690 719). A sample of responses:
- I like the colors and lettering makes it stand out.
- The colorful box is so eye-catching. The spaghetti with sauce accurately describes what you would make with the product. The "Gluten-Free" label is easier to notice. The dropshadow on the Natural Heaven logo is quite lovely as well.
- I think A is clearer in what the product actually is, as I don't see any details about what the pasta is made out of in design B. I also like the circular images on the side of A a lot. I think they are fun but also look cohesive and organized.
- This option is more modern and creative while the other choice appears very dated.
- A is best for me because I can clearly see all the information easily. I love hearts of palm noodles and I can see this with this layout right away. I would buy this one.
Pick brand name for a free mobile app and financial service designed for people with changing/un-steady/multiple/cash based/paycheck-paycheck/part-time income, that can be described as Venmo or Cash App+Creditcard-Evil
This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Employment status (Student, Full Time, Part Time), Credit score (630 689, 300 629, Don't Know Or Check, 690 719), Age range (35 44, 18 24, 25 34), and App store spending habits (Under $10, $10 $100). A sample of responses:
- B looks like it is from a different country, which is fine but generally I find it less trustworthy.
- good and nice one
- I do not like the Hi!/HiFi! name at all, seems tacky. Freepaid just seems like it could be limitless and fee-less as well as giving you complete control on how, when are where you get your money.
- HiFi sounds adorable and very bright and bubbly. It sounds positive and welcoming to everyone regardless of the financial situation.
- If I had to chose between these two, it would probably be FreePaid, it's more conspicuous, but again HiFi brings about the idea of Wifi or I guess High Fidelity, both of which kind of are muddled with the ude of the product.