Polls with political affiliation-specific targeting
Check out 5 surveys targeting political affiliation. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.
This is a 2 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Political affiliation (Democrat). A sample of responses:
- I prefer Option A's (Bernie Sanders) policy standards.
- feel the bern!
- More experienced and respected among world leaders.
- Hillary is too conservative for me (supports the death penalty, for example) and I like a lot of Bernie's ideas.
- I agree with his politics more. I think he is more aggressive with his ideas and not so middle of the road as hillary.
This is a 6 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age range (35 44, 45 54, 55 64, 18 24, 25 34), Political affiliation (Democrat, Independent/Other), Travel frequency (Frequently, Occasionally), and Preferred book format (E Books). A sample of responses:
- I love that the landmarks are pictured in option C. Everyone knows those landmarks, even if they have never travelled abroad before. It gives an idea of the culture that will be discussed in the book including cultural landmarks. Also, while it states that it is in a Monty Python perspective, it isn't cartoonish, but very tastefully done. At the opposite end of the spectrum is F. If you want to make sure that no one misses the fact that this is satire, this would be the cover to go with. It is cartoonish, and based on the cover no one is going to take it seriously.I like that in B all the flags come together. You know that this book is going to cover the cultures that those 3 flags belong to, yet it is still a bit cartoonish so satire is expected.
- My top choice is my top choice because it has a fun satirical type cover. The rest aren't necessarily clear that it's satire just from looking at the cover. The others, I chose because they're clearest on which countries are being discussed.
- Option E has the best graphic design overall. Option E and C look too serious for satirical book. Option F and option B look pretty tame, they don't seem interesting. Option A is okay, but it captures attention but it still doesn't look good.
- I select the option base on the cover of book. I like them base on their designs, which are great for me.
- To me, Option B really jumped out at me at first, so that's why it's my top choice. It's clean and minimalist, the color scheme is great, and I feel the overall design idea best matches the ideas within the book. Option A is a similar feel to me, but I think it's too serious of a cover for a satire book. Option D is my third choice because it sticks to my minimalist liking, yet I think the overall cover design is outdated, as well as the color scheme. For Option C, I like the bold choice of rainbow colors, but the pictures are too "textbookish" to me, if that makes sense.
This is a 3 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Political affiliation (Democrat). A sample of responses:
- I like Eric Holder, but I think having images of the horrendously partitioned districts really drives the point home more.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Political affiliation (Independent/Other, Democrat) and Preferred book genres (Books Read: Mystery & Crime). A sample of responses:
- I choose option B because it looks less radical and angry.
- I like the subtle red title of the episode, it doesn't feel over saturated, and it overall makes me interested in the story and plot of the book. I find the gray image makes it more interesting to me.
- The red and Black colors makes it more intense. Also like seeing the characters.
- The best design element of option b is the road and the seal is informative where it makes me think the book is a fan favorite
- I like B. The other choice is too bright and hurts my eyes.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age range (65 74, 55 64, 45 54, 35 44), Preferred book genres (Books Read: Mystery & Crime), and Political affiliation (Democrat, Independent/Other). A sample of responses:
- I choose A first as the main title is much more quickly to the point and attention grabbing and not as "cluttered" as the B choice.
- Less of an eye sore, the other one is just ugly.
- The red cover turns me off for some reason.
- B because it reminds me more of a horror story and with the black and white cover and I want to find out what is on the other side of that road.
- I think the red is too bold. I also like that it has the extra badge for the Indies today. I am not sure what the pictures are supposed to represent, but I like the black and white a lot better. However, I may prefer the other picture because it seems to imply what the book is about better.