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

  • 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 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 greater variety of designs in option A. I don't like the amount of pink in options C.
    • I like the softness of this one.
    • I LIKE THE ONES WITH THE FLOWERS
  • 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:

    • A has more info and is more descriptive than B.
    • 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
    • I would leave out the word revealing. I think it sounds better without it.
    • 200 as a number seems overwhelming.
  • 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.
    • i would be interested in reading this one because with just the title alone, I feel its what I would want more in answrs
    • 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.
    • This title seems more interesting, and descriptive of what the book's about.
    • 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!
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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
    • 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.
  • What do you think of the name “datingforhumans” for a personalized dating/matchmaking site that aims to do away with algorithms and data and connect real people - no gimmicks.

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • I don't know how I feel about the title. I just doesn't sit right. Although the service sound like it would be good. I don't think algorithms should be used in a dating service.
    • All dating apps are "for humans". If it is supposed to be a dating app without algorithms maybe datingbyhumans would be better.
    • I don't relaly like the name. it doesn't seem very catchy to me.
    • I think that it may be a little ahead of the curve. It seems like people are only just becoming aware of the influence of algorithms in our everyday internet experience. But if it is going to take a year or so to get the site up and running, it may be timed just right as people realize more and more how impersonal algorithms are controlling what we see.
    • i feel like the name kind of sounds like an out of this world type of dating site. i dont like that its "datingforhumans" and that its all one word. i feel like something like "dating with no gimmicks" or something similar would be a better choice.
  • My book is packed with Indigenous knowledge inspired by old Maori manuscripts spanning back 100s of years. It is "creative non-fiction" a mix of stories/legends and insights found within the poetry, songs and invocations. Which title grabs your attention?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Other, Buddhism, Non Religious) and Age Range (55 64, 45 54, 35 44). A sample of responses:

    • When you put the number first, it tells people right away what they are getting ... 100 something. That's why a lot of news articles that start with "10 ways on how to..." are very popular. People want to know right away and upfront what they are getting, and this tells them they are getting 100 things!
    • Option A grabs my attention more because the first word "Infinite" makes me curious on what it's about. Then the mention of "100" makes me very curious what thos are.
    • I think this catches the eye, because I think starting off with a number is less interesting
    • This title is descriptive of what you will be talking about and leading with the number gives me an indication of the depth of the book. Infinite Threads sounds like this may be more about clothing and I would move onto another book.
    • indigenous sounds fancy
  • Which cover do you prefer for a book of literary fiction?

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

    • I like the red in the clouds
    • I don't really see a difference between the two, so either would work
    • I chose B because it looks more like a sunrise than a sunset, as in A. The sunrise in A seems more inspirational and hopeful -- getting ready for something new. The sunset in B is a little less hopeful, like the end of something. So I think the sunrise in A fits more with the title and the theme of the book.
    • The sky looks more realistic in B.
    • I think they're both good, but I think B is a little better because the colors in the sky are a bit more subtle and lighter and I like that it doesn't have the red in the corner like A.
  • Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy?

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

    • I chose image a because it looks thrilling, mysterious and invokes wonder.
    • Not everyone likes children
    • The contrast in colors is really attractive making option B much more appealing to me.
    • This cover looks very calm and peaceful. It looks like a location which you could be at peace and connect with God.
    • A is much more noticeable. It catches the eye.

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