Religious Affiliation Audience Targeting

Polls based on Religious Affiliation specific focus groups: Non-religious, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, and Other

Polls with Religious Affiliation-specific Targeting

Check out 10 surveys targeting religious affiliation. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which book would you buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • Choice B is a title of a book that is needed in this world right now. I would be more apt to buy this book, because it is more modern.
    • This title tells me there is something that was important enough that Jesus wanted his disciples to know so I should probably want to know also.
    • B sounds like it will be the same message we've had published over and over and over again. A sounds like a fresh take on something and I would be very interested in reading that.
    • I think this title is very grabbing. I think a lot of us are in despair for one reason or another and it is more relatable.
    • I would chose B because I am finding it harder and harder to be religious in the current environment in which I am living. The title of the book speaks to that.
  • Which logo is more appealing? As is, or do you want to suggest a change to it?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • Its more eye catching, looks more fun and colorful
    • I like the colors, and the smaller size
    • Option A is more appealing and attention getting.
    • A is more fun looking and easier to read
    • i like the font treatment more
  • Which book would you buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • color scheme is more attractive
    • The darker red is more ominous
    • The colors are more vibrant on option b
    • I like the single color better
    • Seems to reflect the despair in the tagline better.
  • Which book title and subtitle is more appealing?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • The other one doesn't flow as well as B.
    • I do not totally understand God speak.
    • The one I didn't pick reminds me of the translation of the Bible known as "The Message." The use of language in that style really, really puts me off, so I picked the other one. I think it's plenty forceful and attention-grabbing without dumbing the point down.
    • My preference is option A because it is active though listening and responding, where option B sounds more passive.
    • this is the one I feels speaks to me and wants me to read to learn Gods word
  • Which book title is more appealing?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • Option B smartly includes two of everyone's favorite key words: "Santa" and "Christmas". That seals the deal for me. Option A works fine but it is not going to be as universally catchy right away as Option B will be upon first read and look. Option C is too wordy and long, in my opinion.
    • Option A has the most straight forward title and subtitle. I can imagine myself reading a book like this that is concise and is going to tell me about Christian History with no fluff. / Option B would be my second choice and would go after option A because it appeals to the emotions of inspiration and the true meaning of Christmas. / Option C would be my least favorite choice because I consider the subtitle to contain too much verbose and may contain hints from the story that I'd rather read from inside the novel.
    • I chose option B first because the word inspiring makes me want to read it more. I chose option C next because it had a more detailed title then option A
    • I don't really like the tittles as a christian I was the gospel is of Jesus. I do like Saint nick and Christmas is my favorite holiday. Some christans might be turned off by the title.
    • A is my number one choice i like how the title is worded and laid out. It is a more intriguing title and more adult worthy
  • ou'd like to purchase a religious baby blanket for your newborn daughter. Which one would you choose?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • I like the colors of A the most as there are not a lot of distractions
    • I like the colors and patterns used in my first two choices.
    • I like the colors in the first one the best. I don't prefer the all pink option
    • B was most visually appealing. A would be most appealing for a girl. C seems very plain for a baby blanket.
    • Option C is the most visually pleasing to me, it seems the most symmetrical and the colors and patterns seem to go best together. Option A is a touch less pleasing, the patterns just do not seem to mesh well together and then option B seems to be a full on mess and I would not buy it unless it was the last one available and I absolutely had to buy one. Thank you.
  • You'd like to purchase a religious baby blanket for your newborn son. Which one would you choose?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • I LIKE THE ONES WITH THE FLOWERS
    • I like the greater variety of designs in option A. I don't like the amount of pink in options C.
    • I like the larger variety of colors and patterns.
    • B seemed too floral for a baby boy. I wish it had some yellow in A.
    • I like the softness of this one.
  • Which subtitle is more appealing? The book is a collection of 200 poems (psalms) that center around profound devotion to, and unity with, Christ. The book's title is Psalms for Jesus.

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • I would leave out the word revealing. I think it sounds better without it.
    • A has more info and is more descriptive than B.
    • 200 as a number seems overwhelming.
    • As a Christian I believe there is a lot to be said for finding oneself with Christ. Focusing on that union is very important.
    • it sounds interesting. It is simple yet it is meaningful
  • Which book would you buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • Option A is more direct to the point which makes it easier to understand or grasp what the book is all about.
    • This title seems more interesting, and descriptive of what the book's about.
    • I would chose A because I feel that it has the better title for me. Seeing the word trigger in option B reminds me to much of people today that can't cope with the world so I would steer clear of that book.
    • i would be interested in reading this one because with just the title alone, I feel its what I would want more in answrs
    • A is more appealing
  • Which fantasy book cover do you like best for 9-13 yr girls? Summary: Jillian 'Dangerous' and three friends accidentally time travel more than 50 years to 1965 Vietnam. They discover even more adventure and friendship as they try to find a way back home.

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity), Number of Kids (3+, 2, 1), and Age Range (35 44, 25 34, 18 24). A sample of responses:

    • I voted for option B because I feel like the book cover fits better with the theme of the book! This cover was very well designed. Option B looks more adventurous and fun, and it captures my attention more. I love the artwork and the group running up the hill. I love the moon in the background. This is something I would love to buy for my ten-year-old daughter to read with her!
    • Looks more visually appealing. Makes me pay attention so I can see every detail of the ad. I think it tells more of a story of it being an adventure
    • B is more attractive in my opinion. The title of the book is easier to read without the cloud distracting my eyes from the text. I like the kids running up the hill. It fits the title more than option A. Adventures don't happen standing still. Adventures happen when we run after those adventures.
    • I like cover B the best because it shows the girls running up a hill like they are running on an adventure, which sums up what the book is about.
    • I like the image of Option A because the girls have a strong and confident stance. It gives me a feeling of girl power which I think all young girls should have.

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