Number Of Kids Audience Targeting

Polls based on Number Of Kids specific focus groups: No Children, 1 Child, 2 Children, and 3+ Children

Polls with Number Of Kids-specific Targeting

Check out 4 surveys targeting number of kids. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Imagine searching for a lunchbox for your kids on Amazon. On which picture would you click?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Number of Kids (3+, 1, 2). A sample of responses:

    • it is important to show food in the box so that i can understand sizing, so thats why i picked option C, i really liked to see the pieces come out and the packaging, but option C gave me the most important details size of food that will fit.
    • I definitely would click on Option B first because it displays the various sections of the lunch box and how they fit together. It's both helpful and intriguing. The other two show the sections already inside the box and are less helpful.
    • I like the one that shows you all the different pieces. I like to see how things work .
    • I like B because it shows all the compartments and gives a better view of whats included. I chose A second because it shows what packaging it comes in. I chose C third because it just shows the product with food in it. It doesn't show the product clearly like in the other two.
    • Although I like seeing the product in use, I chose B because I think it's important to see all the components included.
  • Which packaging do you prefer?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Number of Kids (3+, 2, 1) and Age Range (25 34, 35 44). A sample of responses:

    • i like these packages.
    • I prefer this packaging. I find it more appealing and enticing. I also feel it's more modern and it resonates with me more.
    • The non gmo symbol sticks out as well as the food looks really delicious in this.
    • I prefer choice B and A because I think the colors on top and bottom of the package makes the product standout better than choice C.
    • A and B look far better than C. C looks weird with only one border on the top. I prefer A to B because A has a bigger, more prominent text that stands out more.
  • On a website's product page, would you prefer to see several pre-made options (a) or one option to build the product your way (b)?

    This is a 2 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Number of Kids (3+, 2, 1). A sample of responses:

    • I would choose A because of the certain cost. With build your own, it starts at 22 and doesn't include a book or anything else.
    • I like to choose between the different options so I feel like I have a choice
    • I like option B because the image is larger and you get a better idea of what the bear looks like. Less confusing than A.
    • A is way better. It would give me options, right away, and prices as to how much these bears cost. I see that $22.50+ as a trap
    • The one with several options gives you more ideas on which one you would like to build.
  • Which book title is more intriguing, and that would make you be more likely to buy the Read Along/Early Reader book for children ages 4-8? (Grooty is a tiny, hairless barn baby (homeless kitten)

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Number of Kids (3+, 2, 1). A sample of responses:

    • I like this better because of alliteration,
    • I think a young child would relate more to finding a friend. Kids want friends so having a story about finding one would probably appeal to them more.
    • I like A because I think finding a home would be more interesting for a child to read about.
    • Friend is nicer than home
    • Ages 4 - 8 is a social stage.

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