Political Affiliation Audience Targeting

Polls based on Political Affiliation specific focus groups: Democrat, Republican, and Political-Independent/Other

Polls with Political Affiliation-specific Targeting

Check out 3 surveys targeting political affiliation. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Who do you prefer for the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee?

    This is a 2 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Political Affiliation (Democrat). A sample of responses:

    • I agree with a lot of what Bernie says. His lack of big money interests in extremely appealing. I feel like he actually has the pulse of the American public and knows the needs and priorities. I feel like Clinton is just another career politician and will only push the political landscape to the center further. Also, she was a big proponent of censoring video games in the late 90s and early 2000s and I just can't forget that. She saw an easy target in video games and used that to increase her appeal to "concerned mothers" who think that video games are the problem and not the fact that they have a choice of what video games they allow their kids to play.
    • I have heard good things about both, but my partner has strong feelings about Sanders
    • Definitely Bernie. There is just something about Hillary that I don't like. I don't consider her trustworthy and I believe she would do everything she can to procure the presidency - whether its helpful to the nation or not.
    • She is the most qualified candidate for President in U.S. history. I support her wholeheartedly and volunteer for her campaign.
    • Bernie Sanders is just too liberal/socialist for me, I'm 37 years old, married with no children, I don't want to have to pay for everyone else's kids to get free college, I had to pay for mine! Hillary isn't that much better, but comparing her to Bernie and Trump, she's the only choice...though it feels like choosing between a punch in the stomach and a punch in the nose
  • Which cover do you prefer for a satirical novel about travel to France, Japan, and Israel?

    This is a 6 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Travel Frequency (Frequently, Occasionally), Political Affiliation (Independent/Other, Democrat), Book Format (E Books), and Age Range (55 64, 45 54, 35 44, 25 34, 18 24). A sample of responses:

    • I really like the more irreverent and comedic covers such as F and B the most of all of them.
    • I think Option F makes the most sense for a satirical novel. I get that it's not a serious book and more for fun from just looking at the cover. I wouldn't be surprised when I started reading the book. I also like Option C because you get a sense of the 3 places it mentions because of the monuments that are significant to each of the 3 places. Option B and A were just Ok for me. They were too serious and don't convey satire as well.
    • I chose F first because the novel is satirical, and so is the cover. It's funny, it makes you look at it, and you know it's not going to be a super serious book but something more enjoyable. None of the other choices offered this combination. I chose B second because it was uncluttered, to the point, easy to determine what the contents were about, and easy to see what cultures/countries the book would be about. I chose E for my third choice because I liked it better than all the ones left, at least it had good graphics and cultural representation, but nothing about it screamed satirical or tongue in cheek. I chose C as my fourth choice, but I didn't really like it. I just liked it a wee bit better than the other two that were left. boring and nothing made me want to see what was written inside.
    • I like option F the best, because it has playful characters in a perfectly satirical setting. The cartoon cover looks fun, and I could see myself reading the novel. Option B is next best for me, because the cover is clean, and it shows the different country flags. Option C is next on the list for me, since the black background has a playful contrast to the sights that you can see in the respective countries. Lastly, option A is good because it showcases all three countries in one flag. I like how the background is the sky with the flag waving in the front.
    • If the author wants to really sell this as a humorous book, F is the best cover because it looks the most comical. B is the most cheerful and might make a good cover if the intent is to see how the cultures interplay. I liked A as well because it gave the impression that the author wants to pick the best aspects of all of these cultures and combine them. Of the remaining three, I picked D because it looked the least generic.
  • Which sticker design do you prefer for the National Democratic Redistricting Committee?

    This is a 3 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Political Affiliation (Democrat). A sample of responses:

    • The colorful poster is both the most eye catching which is good for a political poster and the most visually appealing. The version with the human character is pretty boring.
    • I think it feels more important to read if it is showing a drawing of who it is quoting.
    • Image C is my perferred choice because the focus is on the cheating that will take place.
    • like the simpler design of B. Option A doesn't look serious.
    • I prefer the image that appears to show examples of actual districts that have been affected by the practice. I think this helps substantially visualize what can be more of a nebulous issue for some voters. The black and red contrast is a subtle jab at the Republican colors who seem to make the most news on the subject as well. The #2 item has similar visuals but they are shrouded by lettering which lessens their impact. The last choice is a quote from a reputable person but doesn't provide any context like my top choice.

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