Polls with income range-specific targeting
Check out 6 surveys targeting income range. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.
This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Interest in hiking (Yes), Income range ($61 100k), Gender identity (Male), and Age range (35 44, 25 34). A sample of responses:
- I like how the orange band at the top contrasts the rest of the sock. Just a nice touch. For my second option (B), I always like the color blue. It doesn't stand out and goes with nearly everything (at least everything I own). The last option (A) just looks washed out and faded already. I don't like that color style.
- I think blue goes with everything. I would probably wear these with jeans while out hiking. So I went with C Glacier Blues as #1 choice. I also like the navy and oatmeal color which ranks #2 for me and looks quite outdoorsy.
- I prefer option C (Glacier Blues) because of the subdued color pallet of these socks. They would match any outfit I would choose to wear. The other socks are a bit too bold for my taste.
- I liked the grey and blue accented socks. I thought they made the design stand out more than the other choices. The yellow color was my least favorite. I wouldn't want mustard yellow socks.
- B has the best color choice and looks most appealing
This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Amazon Prime membership (Yes) and Income range ($101k+, $61 100k). A sample of responses:
- I don't want a hair dryer to be bright or flashy. I want it to blend in. The black one looks sleek and expensive.
- I really like the colored ones more than the plain, black/cream colors
- A looks the sleekest and most metallic, similar to how a dryer should look. C would be good for women.
- I chose C first, followed by A, because I think they have a cool vibe and they would jump out at me if stored in my drawer. I chose D next because black is kind of my go to color. It's safe. B isn't bad but i liked the others better.
- The green is a very beautiful color but the red is too bright.
This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Income range ($101k+, $61 100k). A sample of responses:
- I ranked these based on design
- the black and grey are the most neutral and will match most bathroom settings. the red may clash. but the black or gray with a red accent gives the brand some subtle personality and flavor
- I’d prefer the darker colored ones but the red at the end of option a really makes it stand out and look unique
- I think the shiny black or silver are the best, feels very sleek
- I picked C because it's sleek, stylish and I love the color.
This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Parental status (Parent), Income range ($61 100k, $31 60k), Gender identity (Female), and Age range (45 54, 35 44, 25 34). A sample of responses:
- option B: I like the leaf being used as the apostrophe, the design looks cohesive, assertive, and with purpose. option C: like the simplistic design though the crown I feel like Ive seen before specially for those products that are sold at the dollar store. option A: looks like a overlay. Looks like the red banner was mistakenly placed on top of the white banner, seems like its covering some design.
- I like Options B and A the best because of the leaf. I like Option B a little more than A because I like that the leaf is actually incorporated into the name of the product. I don't really care for the use of the crown in Option C because a crown is not natural, like a leaf is.
- I like the size and position of the leaf in choice A - it adds another dimension to it.
- I prefer option a with the little added color on it
- I strongly prefer Option A. I think it has the right splash of color with the green leaf and I like it's placement. The overall logo is attractive and organized well.
Which logo do you prefer for a CONSTRUCTION business? Our services: ADU's, Outdoor Living Spaces & Full Service Remodels
This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting U.S. geographic region (Pacific), Age range (55 64, 25 34, 45 54, 35 44), Income range ($101k+), and Homeownership (Own). A sample of responses:
- I liked B because it is a clear logo, and the square appearance fits with the idea of construction. D is second because while not very imaginative, it at least fits the idea of a construction company. C and A do not, so they were last. C looks more like an environmental service corp or a charity. A would be a good logo for an Ecommerce or software company but is completly unsuitable for a corp that deals with physical objects.
- I chose Option D as my choice #1 , because that is only option which gives you some idea what kind of business is it , and the full name of the business. All others options you have to guess what they are about ...
- Option C is most memorable and least disjointed. Option C has elements of being something of a object drawing that cleverly incorporates the letter SF. Option A has some of that appeal, but the blocky-ness makes it somewhat less memorable and confusing. Option D is more traditional with the text combined into the logo, but lacks a bit of originality. Option B is my least favorite because it lacks impact and looks/feels fragile.
- C looks like its for a rock band or biotech companyD, B, A are appropriate because they have the abbreviations for the company name. A is third because it looks more like FS than SFB is second because it looks modern and to the point.D is best because it uses color and says exactly what it stands for and the stand alone logo would be nice on shirts and caps.
- I chose option D as first choice because it states what the business is. The rest do not. Option A was second because it has the company letters and are displayed in a way that represents what they do. Option B also shows the business letters but does not quite convey what the company does. Option C is just a logo, it does not display what the company does at all.
When you are planning to buy stuff (mobile gadgets, accessories, laptops and other electronic devices), how would you describe your purchasing behavior?
This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age range (18 24, 35 44, 25 34) and Income range ($101k+, $61 100k). A sample of responses:
- I mostly do my research through amazon just so i can see what other people think of the product.
- I don't researh things. I generally find that the simplest option is fine and meets all of my needs - so I do not see why I would need to do any research. I have enough technical background to understand the context of a piece of tech, without needing any information from anyone else, and I know what my own preferenes are, so what even is there left to research?
- I order most of this type of stuff online after reading reviews from several sources.
- I went with what closely resembled me and my shopping habits. So the ones that spoke to me first. I do research before hand for most products that I purchase.
- I always read reviews before making a purchase online.