Sexual Orientation Audience Targeting

Polls based on Sexual Orientation specific focus groups: LGBT+ and Heterosexual

Polls with Sexual Orientation-specific Targeting

Check out 2 surveys targeting sexual orientation. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which rave fan design do you like

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Sexual Orientation (Lgbt+). A sample of responses:

    • I don't like option A because it is too plain in design.
    • i think the first one is lovely because there's not too much going on. it's not overwhelming. the colors are pretty and the lotus design is nice and the light accents it nicely. the second one is nice for the same reasons, but i like that the light lines are curved instead of straight like the other one. the last one is nice too because there's not much color, but it's just enough to draw your eye to the lotus designs nicely.
    • I picked A first because of the straight lines of the rainbow. I chose B because of the randomness of the rainbow lines. I chose C third because of the lines coming out of the center.
    • I have no clue what a rave fan is but the more trippy the design, the better. Some are busy, but I like how wacked out some of them look (in a good way)
    • All three that I chose have good designs with a vast amount of colors on them. They would be good for a rave, option D is kinda plain compared to the others.
  • Which cover design would choose for this book?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Sexual Orientation (Lgbt+). A sample of responses:

    • Her looking directly out vs at an angle looks more natural.
    • I chose the one that looks less seductive and might be more mysterious.
    • I like A because I think the blonde character looking to the side looks better than her looking head on at the cover. It's more personable whereas as the direct eye contact is creepy. I really like this cover! The attention to detail is solid. It looks good. It makes me want to read the book. I really like the subtly of A.
    • By tilting her head down, the woman looks like she might be about to do something dramatic with that mallet.
    • I prefer this option because the expression adds more to the character depicted in my opinion, but it also depends on plot. With the name 'sheltered' and the expression in this one, I've already formed the assumption that this character is a bit mischievous or has a fun personality. If that's not the case, I'd go with the other one.

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