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 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:

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

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

    • I choose A because it is clearer than option B because option B is overwhelming and confused. Option A makes a much better book cover design, in my opinion.
    • The jumble of text, including letters and numbers, seems more appealing to me and visually stimulating. The other design is a bit too abstract for my tastes and has less eye appeal in my opinion.
    • I prefer Option A because it is easy to read and simple to understand what it is. With Option B you have to read it sideways or rotate it and it looks a lot busier and harder to read.
    • I like choice A as my first choice. I like the simpler look of the front cover. I find the cover of choice B too busy with all the words on the front. It is about memorizing bible verses, and it is easier to see on choice A.
    • I really love the look of B. It has that youthful appeal to it. Option A is just kind of plain and boring which might be good for older folks but for me I want something awesome.
  • Which Buddha statue will you buy out of the 3 options?

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

    • Option B looks the most appealing. C has too much clutter in the photo and the Buddha in A looks lopsided.
    • I liked the stand on option b and I felt it added a good bit of flair. Option a looked good by itself. The triangle mirror in option c didn’t make sense to bundle with the statue.
    • I’d like to simply see the statue, so I chose A. B is also ok for me. The triangle idea doesn’t really work for me. I’d just throw that concept out entirely. Something natural and green would be appealing though.
    • Minimalism is better to me in life whether that be with art or general merchandise
    • Less is more with statues of Buddha. I like the Dharma disc but it feels like too much. The triangle is fine but again I prefer a more stripped down version of statues of Buddha.
  • If seen in a Google or Facebook ad, which picture would you be most likely to click on and why?

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

    • I like the association of Gelt with the holiday. it don't think stocking is appropriate for this holiday. The middle one is lively
    • I thought "C" was a very friendly invitation with the most social appeal. Then my second choice was more holiday prevalent and cultural so I liked that as well. My third choice was the least I liked of the three because I didn't know what "gelt" meant.
    • Option C stood out the most mainly because the text was more visible than the others. Also the white table visible in option A is cropped which makes the colored boxes pop more. Option B is zoomed in a more but the color of the text is harder to read. Option A was my last choice because the blue box with blue text is unappealing and makes it look sloppy. Also the table is visible which makes the top of the boxes cut off, and the colorful bows and items on top is what drew my eye to C first.
    • I like C because it is straight to the point and gives a good holiday feelingI like B and think it is cute, but not everyone who celebrates Chanukah would like the use of stocking because it makes the holiday appear to be a copy of ChristmasI dislike A because it is confusing and negative. Does not give a good feel
    • I like that C is clear and to the point. A is okay but bc it mentiones Gelt I feel like this is the only thing the person making it knew about the holiday. Choice C bothers me because hannukah does not use stockings and its trying to conform to christmas.
  • Which book title would you rather read and why?

    This is a 5 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • I feel like this one is most interesting to me because it clearly shows me that it is about how you interpret or understand what you are reading that is important
    • I prefer option C because it is the most compelling and motivates me to want to read it.
    • The Game Changer title grabbed my attention.
    • I feel this is a more catchier title. It allures the reader and makes them want to read more about the book.
    • I really like E the most. Then B was similar. D and C were after that and A was last.
  • Which book title / subtitle would you rather read and why?

    This is a 5 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Non Religious). A sample of responses:

    • Letting people know your intent and making it clear makes the better title.
    • The most descriptive title is my favorite so I understand what the book is about. Subtitles that explain the title more specifically help to further that understanding.
    • “Getting the Gospel” is a good use of alliteration. The subsequent title text is less click baity than its counterpart
    • Using the words "game changer" is more attractive than the alternative due to being so popular. Also, using the word "my" makes it more personal, which is better than not making it personal. I would want to learn about a personal account as opposed to just an opinion
    • I like the book title/subtitle used in option A slightly more than the other choices. The other titles sound repetitive and not as succinct as option A. It gives a clear representation of what this book is going to be about and why it is important.
  • Which book title / subtitle would you rather read and why?

    This is a 4 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • Only my first choice is nice in my opinion. I don't want anything definitive and I'm not about to read someone's personal story either to be honest.
    • Option A is my first choice as it is straight forward without any over the top embellishing words. Option C with the change of one word of "could" to "will" delivers a new idea. The options B & D seem a little dramatic and overly religioys to me.
    • I feel like the first title caught my eye because of the word Game
    • C is the best title because it is concise and to the point
    • The important word in C is "Will", because that's really what the Gospel message is all about. The word "could" in A is just not emotive enough. And the other titles are just awkward.
  • Which book title / subtitle would best get your attention and why?

    This is a 4 option poll with 200 respondents targeting Religious Affiliation (Christianity). A sample of responses:

    • I like how it says it will change your life. Then I chose B because is says it did change there life. Then I chose C and D was last.
    • Implying that somehing "will" work is best. "Could" is too subjective, and GameChanger sounds cliche.
    • My choice got my attention because it seems like it could a life changer.
    • Option D makes the most sense. Saying 'could' is the key.
    • it changed someone's life and would be worth reading
  • Which book title / subtitle would best get your attention and why?

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

    • I picked Option A firstly because it's straightforward and uncomplicated. It says what it's about and doesn't play around with meaning. Option C is intriguing because it's a gospel you never heard so it's interesting. Option B is someone else's personal experience and that tends to make me a little distrustful.
    • C sounds like something new and different to current material. The other two don't sound like they provide any more insight.
    • I chose B first because I like the name "Gamechanger". I like it because it doesn't sound like it would be about religion. I could use a change in my life with this so-called pandemic that is destroying lives. I chose C next because of how it says "An Understanding That Will Change Your Life". We all need a change in our lives and moreso now with the shut-downs in our states. Sorry C, but one of you have to be laft.
    • C has the most intriguing title, it makes me want to know what is the Gospel I've never heard? A is the next best because it is plain and to the point and it gives me hope that my life will be changed. B is last, because I'm tired of hearing so many things described as "gamechangers". The good thing about this one is that it is one person's experience and no one else can argue with that.
    • B is first because the word "Gamechanger" caught my attention. C is next. I liked the first sentence but the second part "An Understanding That Will Change Your Life" seemed awkward. A is last because it is boring.

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