Us Geographic Region Audience Targeting

Polls based on Us Geographic Region specific focus groups: People living in the Midwest, Northeast, Pacific, Rocky Mountains, Southeast, and Southwest

Polls with Us Geographic Region-specific Targeting

Check out 6 surveys targeting us geographic region. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • If there was an app or website that allowed you to vote on proposed local art installations, would you be interested in using it?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting US Geographic Region (Midwest). A sample of responses:

    • I love art and would love to vote on local art
    • I believe having an app to vote on art online would be a good way to spend some of my downtime and I would like this.
    • I don't have much interest in an app for something like that. It seems a waste of time and space on phone
    • I think it would be way more convenient as well as let the public know what's going on which would help a lot especially towards things like this.
    • No I don't get involved in the art installed in my community.
  • Would you use an app or web platform to suggest places for local art installations in your community?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting US Geographic Region (Midwest). A sample of responses:

    • I don't think my community would listen to suggestions for locations so I would not bother.
    • I think there is a committee that has this covered.
    • Yes, I would love an app that would allow me to judge local art.
    • I am not interested in art installation
    • It would feel good to be able to help where art would be placed.
  • Would you be willing to donate toward a fund to contribute to a local public art installation if you knew you were guaranteed your money back if the piece didn't go up, and you knew the funds directly went to the artist?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting US Geographic Region (Midwest). A sample of responses:

    • That sounds like a great idea, and since you either get your money back or the art goes up and the artist gets paid it seems like a win win.
    • I think art in our city is so important to everyone, so I would like to pitch in to help.
    • You know the money is going directly to the artist vs. paying for overhead.
    • I think art is overated and doesn't solve our social problems. People should focus their energy else where
    • I think public art is very important for many reasons. In this case, you will not lose your money and it guarantees the city/town won’t profit money and it’ll go to the artist who deserves it.
  • This is a causal zombie killing game with roguelike adventures.Which app name sounds better?

    This is a 5 option poll with 200 respondents targeting Age Range (25 34, 35 44, 18 24), US Geographic Region (Midwest, Northeast, Southwest, Pacific, Southeast), and Play Mobile Games (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • E is more boring but a better name. C has too much going on in the name and may be harder to remember.
    • A survival zombie game is something that would intrigue me, so I liked choice E.
    • zombieland is like a call back to the movie
    • C is too long and isn't really memorable
    • Simple and to the point
  • We are building a luxury RV Resort in Hardeeville, SC with the main source of internet search traffic looking for “RV Resorts near Savannah.” Which name do you like for the property?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting US Geographic Region (Southeast). A sample of responses:

    • If you aren't from or near Savannah, you wouldn't know Hardeeville is close, so more people are familiar with the name savannah than Hardeeville, so I would go with Savannah first. And C last because I honestly don't have a better name idea.
    • Savannah Crossings sounds almost resort like. Hardeeville Crossings just doesn't have the same flair to it.
    • Option A is the best because it includes the city search term that users have input.
    • I like Savannah Crossings RV Resort. It is easy to pronounce and remember.
    • The name of the city is of summ importance
  • We are building a luxury RV Resort that will be at the intersection of 3 major highways that will be in the heart of the wetlands and nature. There will be several lagoons on property. Which name do you like for the property?

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Camping / Fishing / Hunting (Hunting / Fishing / Camping) and US Geographic Region (Southeast). A sample of responses:

    • Crossings is more descriptive, more applicable to the location (three highways intersecting). Lakes is 2nd because there is water. Acres doesn't fit, discard that one.
    • Savannah Crossings is descriptive of the location, and feels luxurious. Savannah Lakes also feels elegant, but is a bit more generic. Savannah Acres evokes a dated image, and I don't really have any other suggestions.
    • I chose D first because I don't really like any of them. RV resort by a highway....I live in Florida. All I ever see are RV resorts by highways. They're only half filled down here. Having water near by doesn't save them. There's just too many. But I digress.... Option B was second because of the name implying there is a lake on the grounds. Option A was third because of the Crossing aspect of the name. It implies that there is a crossing of roads and the word crossing hasn't been used as the word intersection for a long while. This might help the older generation decide to stop over night, but the younger generation will be like, yup senior place, move on. Option C was last because there was no there choice. I do not like the word Acres when describing a place. Acres mean size of land, nothing special about the place except that there is room. What would make one person want to stay here... Not the word acre. Sorry.
    • Option B sounds more interesting
    • I do not care for any of these names. This area surrounded by high traffic congestion and certainly not a savannah is a name that is out of place. It should be a name that suggests the local area and or its attributes. The name would really depend on the state and local that is it built in.

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