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.

  • What is your opinion on the below vision for a company that makes baby products (e.g. stroller organizers, baby tents, baby rockers, etc.) that help parents?

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

    • This vision statement is very clear and understandable.
    • I believe this is an excellent vision. Although, I believe you could greatly improve it if you plan on using it as a slogan. As a stay at home parent and writer for many successful authors, sites, and companies this will be what your customers base their first impression on. You may want to think outside the box a little and consider something more innovative, appealing and intriguing.
    • I think it gets the point across very well. Time is what everyone wants and this is the message that is given.
    • I think this is great. As a mom I always feel like things could be made easier. It is important for me to focus on making memories so I love to save time whenever I can.
    • I don't think it's much different than the many other companies out there who strive to do the same thing. It's nothing new.
  • Do you like Image A, B or C for a main product image?

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

    • I feel in C I can see everything in the box in an orderly fashion.
    • A seems to show off the product the best. C is similar but not as good as A. B is a mess
    • C is the best for me because it is the most organized and is easy to see everything you get. I would buy this one.
    • I prefer when items are neatly arranged so that I can see what I am buying
    • I like the volcano on the first; the fact that there are dinos on the 2nd; and the third one is my least favorite.
  • Which GPS tracker for boys and girls looks better? Yellow or white? We want it to have a "gender neutral" color.

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

    • Yellow is a pretty gender neutral color and it gives color to the device instead of it just being a plane looking device.
    • Definitely the white...basic and perfect
    • White its plain and most neutral color
    • Option B looks the most neutral and universal for everyone, including children, teens, and adults. The white and silver looks sleek and appealing to most tastes. The yellow is a light pastel that looks feminine or even reminds me of an Easter egg or baby clothes. I can't picture any boys I know with the yellow product, but I can see a lot of young people with the white one.
    • i like the color is more neutral and i can put to my child with any clothes
  • This is a GPS tracker for young kids, both boys and girls. What color would you prefer it to be and why, yellow or white?

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

    • This one looks better all the way around
    • I think that it will be easier to see the yellow tracker in a backpack or in other places kids are likely to leave things. In general, I like brightly colored objects for kids. The plain one seems to be too drab. I would use it in other colors, too, or even an option to let kids decide.
    • Kids would prefer the color. Adults would probably prefer the gray. Kids like colorful things
    • Easier to find when missing

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