Polls with religious affiliation-specific targeting
Check out 9 surveys targeting religious affiliation. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.
This is a 4 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Religious affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:
- Option A solid black is a bold and strong color to go with and really helps this cover set itself apart from the other covers. Options C,D and B are good covers that have a nice design and great color palette, but they don't measure up to option A.
- I like the design with the lock and key on the cover the best as it provides me with the most interest in what the book would be about
- The blue/gray colors on B are very attractive. The scene on C is also eye-catching. The other two are boring.
- Option A more clearly represents the Gospel. B is beautiful, and fits the topic well. I would pick up or click on both of those titles quickly.
- The golden cross stood out the most to me.
This is a 3 option poll with 200 respondents targeting Religious affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:
- For me the one that gets my attention is choice B. The black cover with the gold gross and gold lettering stands out to me. If I saw this on the shelf I would take notice. The other two don't have that same effect.
- C is more what I might expect about a book on the Gospel. It's bright, white with gold, all the things that might make me feel like it's angelic in a way. "A" is ok, might make me think the book has to deal with nature. "B" is dark, looming, evil and scary. I don't want to be scared about the Gospel.
- I chose these in this order because option A makes me take a closer look at the book, option B seems like a normal religious book, and option C seems very bland.
- Option A is the most visually appealing and grabs your attention more right off the bat. The color sets it apart and makes it stand out. It also doesn't look like the normal bible book and looks like it might be different and have something more to offer. You get a higher first impression that the book is unique and would be something new and interesting. It also lets you focus more on the wording and you get a fuller idea of what the book has to offer. Option A would appeal to more people and would make them more likely to check deeper into what it has to offer.
- The tree makes it seem like a better mystery or novel. I would less likely pick the one with the religious symbol.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious affiliation (Buddhism). A sample of responses:
- I am not a fan of gold. It is too flashy. I love the black, it gives me more a feeling of zen.
- I like option A since it looks more normal to me . I been to temples before and buddha is usually in a gold color. I can accept a wood color buddha. The black buddha feels cursed. I grew up watching "journey to the west" and the black buddha reminds me of demon buddha, in how it was portray in the show. Option B also feels like it is trying to modernize and whitewash buddha.
- I prefer the matte/stone look. The gold is a little too gaudy and stand out for my tastes.
- Option A of gold looks like it could be easier to clean and conceal dirt marks. Option B looks like it could be easier to get dirty and easy to tell dirt marks if they did show up on there particularly cracks/scratches.
- I chose B because it looks more calming and serene than the flashy golden buddha head.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious affiliation (Other, Non Religious). A sample of responses:
- Feels like a less cliched title, a bit more interesting. Also, it has a bit more about the book.
- I like the twist on the classic saying.
- this one sounds like an immediate hot take with the first 2 words. it immediately catches one's attention
- this looks interesting
- I feel it is a very casual title that invites you in a friendly manner to read the book.
This is a 2 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Preferred book format (Print Books), Age range (45 54, 35 44, 55 64, 25 34), and Religious affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:
- I chose panel A. I like the sharp rock as a symbolic metaphor for what the title is all about.
- I chose B because it is nice to see the author on the cover of the book. It lets me know it's coming from his point of view.
- Really prefer a non human on the cover - plus I like climbing so having the mountain is an additional benefit.
- B shows the author.
- The pic of the man has nothing to do with the title. I like titles that reflect the subject of the book, not the author.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious affiliation (Christianity), Gender identity (Female), and Age range (35 44). A sample of responses:
- It is slightly more descriptive.
- It is a bit mysterious don't ya think. Your second chapter instead of Chapter 2 sparks my curiosity
- I like Option B better because with the addition of the word "your", it makes it seem like the chapter is for me personally. The additional personal detail is charming and draws me in.
- Both are a little odd. I wonder what the topic of the book is. Option B might be a good fit for a self help book with a starting over theme. I prefer option A for a fiction title.
- I love self help books. I like the idea of the second chapter in my life. It goes well with my age group.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age range (35 44), Gender identity (Female), and Religious affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:
- Okay, let's be clear - I picked B only because I hate A more. I don't care a lot for either. But Option A is choppy and doesn't flow well in the transition from stuck to peace. The phrasing makes it seems like you are "stuck to peace"...not that you are moving from stuck to peace. I hate to pause and reread the title twice for it to make sense. Option B is clearer and easier to digest.
- I think this option is shorter and gets the point across quicker. I think the use of the word “Freedom” is also a stronger word choice.
- I chose B because I like the title and think that it is appealing and intriguing.
- I would be interested in why the book says we’re designed for freedom.
- A has too much going on.
This is a 2 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Religious affiliation (Christianity) and Age range (45 54, 35 44, 25 34). A sample of responses:
- Its stronger and has more meaning.
- Seems more valuable and direct to what I would be looking for really stands out
- The title sounds more charged in energy. It seems like it would be written straight forward with practical information I can use right away. The first title seems like it would be more holistic. More sensitive approach methods and not challenging
- My choice for B is just really catchy.
- B sounds more personal and interesting
This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious affiliation (Christianity) and Gender identity (Male). A sample of responses:
- The last two options seem a little edgy, and I feel that they would cause issues. My first choice made sense because it would be the least sensitive
- Options C and A, the words flow freely when you read them out loud unlike B and D has frequent pauses in the title.
- I like the beginning title because it gets to the heart of what the reader will get or become from reading the book.
- I would rank them in this order with choice A my preferred choice. I think that title sounds better than the others. I think mentioning porn in the first couple words of the title makes the book seem like it trying to lure in readers with the reference and makes it seem a little untrustworthy in my opinion.
- I like the wording