Education Audience Targeting

Polls based on Education specific focus groups: High School, College, and Grad School

Polls with Education-specific Targeting

Check out 6 surveys targeting education. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which offer would you be most likely to purchase? (Assuming you were looking for a product to prepare for the SAT test for yourself or a family member.)

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College, Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • If I'm getting ready for college I'm more interested in how I'm going to pay for it than how someone I've never met is paying for it....
    • Even though Option B is nice, Option A gives me a lot more incentive to sign up for myself with the chance of winning the scholarship.
    • I like that that help a low income student get access to college
    • Tough choice but I think the 20% is a given and a promise. Most times you enter sweepstakes and don't win.
    • I prefer a guarantee that I am helping others over a possibility of winning a prize.
  • Which offer would you be most likely to purchase? (Assuming you were looking for a product to prepare for the SAT test for yourself or a family member.)

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College, Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • That is really great and would definitely get my attention
    • I like that at least B benefits someone, A seems like it would take a lot to win
    • College is so expensive that even a chance at a scholarship of a lesser amount would be beneficial.
    • the chance of $25.000 seems more appealing to me
    • I'm going to college. I will need cash even if the chance is small!!!!
  • Which offer would you be most likely to purchase? (Assuming you were looking for a product to prepare for the SAT test for yourself or a family member.)

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College, Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • Option A is a maybe. Option B will DEFINITELY happen. Option B is also for a good cause.
    • Having 25,000 in there draws your attention.
    • My chances of winning that scholarship would likely be very low so that appeal of knowing my purchase would help low-income students access college would be the greater way to make me feel good about buying the test - and make me more likely to purchase it, too.
    • It's a better offer because I know 100% that someone will be directly assisted by my purchase.
    • the chance of $25.000 benefits me more
  • Which book title is more appealing?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College, Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • Option C makes it sound like it will be very easy to do, and might not even involve math. It also sounds more universal, like I don't need to know much about business in order to use it. Option B is a nice, short, punchy title that still tells me what it's about, and is something I would want if I already considered myself a busy professional or someone who aspires to be a professional. Option A is short and punchy, yet descriptive, and targets me as a professional or potential professional, but with 'System' being in quotes it makes me think that there is something different that might be sketchy legally.
    • I like the bold text better, but I like the copy on option B the most.
    • The smaller and thinner fonts are better
    • I think in this order appeals the best to me.
    • I chose the titles based on which was easiest to read. I felt B rolled off my tongue the most, A was the next easiest title to understand, and C took a bit more effort to read and understand.
  • Which book title is more appealing?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • This title roles off the tongue better
    • choice a is explanation is good
    • Quicker, cleaner, shorter. Better.
    • Option A has more in the title of what I think people are looking for. you wnt to be effective and finish things on time,
    • I like this most because it is a more comprehensive title that tells the reader more of the content.
  • Which book title is more appealing?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College, Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • A large majority of people will understand the lexicon of this title better
    • Digerati is a really pretentious sounding turn of phrase and kind of sets me against the book at first glance. Even if the text is good, I really don't want to be in contempt of the branding before I ever set eyes on the first page.
    • The title sounds slightly less alarmist.
    • I find Option B to be more interesting. It's to the point and descriptive. It tells me what I can expect and what the contents of the book will be focused on.
    • I like the use of the word "smart"

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