Polls with u.s. geographic region-specific targeting
Check out 8 surveys targeting u.s. geographic region. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.
This is a 5 option poll with 200 respondents targeting Age range (25 34, 35 44, 18 24), U.S. geographic region (Midwest, Northeast, Southwest, Pacific, Southeast), and Mobile gaming habits (Yes). A sample of responses:
- Option E rolls of the tongue easier and I do not like the almost alliteration of option C
- so far this one is my favorite
- Z Squad Zombination stands out a lot more. Zombieland Survival is a little too generic.
- Simple and to the point
- This is catchier to me.
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 U.S. geographic region (Southeast). A sample of responses:
- A appeals to me the most because of the savannah wording sounds like a fun camping RV experience or hiking to me so it engages me more
- It seems like having Savannah in the name would give you better SEO
- Option C name is more likely for the property.
- I think the mentioning in Savannah is more plausible, because people know that name better than Hardeeville.
- People will search after the main search by distance. If people are not aware of the smaller town it will lead to less searches but certainly SEO those terms too
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 U.S. geographic region (Southeast) and Interest in camping/fishing/hunting (Hunting / Fishing / Camping). A sample of responses:
- A is my favorite because it makes me think of a savannah and hiking and RV camping and other fun activities and because its near a bunch of highways it sounds very cool to include the word crossing in the name. This one fits great!
- I really don't like Savannah Acres. To me, that sounds like a mobile home park, and not a nice one. I really like the Crossings name, as long as it truly is near some true crossing type major roads. I also wonder about mixing up the order, like, "The Crossings at Savannah".
- It sounds more upscale and professional somehwere i would like to stay
- I like Savannah Acres for a few reasons. First, It sounds more natural and like a preserve, ones RV enthusiasts will like. It also indicates a large space, one that RV people will like for privacy and inclusion.
- I find choice A name is trustworthy. I prefer this name because it is original.
We are building a luxury RV Resort that will be at the intersection of 3 major highways and 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 3 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Interest in camping/fishing/hunting (Hunting / Fishing / Camping) and U.S. geographic region (Southeast). A sample of responses:
- Option B sounds like a resort that is fun. Option A is better than option C. Option C sounds like an animal sanctuary or something, not really a resort.
- I like choice A name is authentic. I choose this because stands out well.
- The name is telling you exactly what you going to find out there.
- Truthfully, I think all of the names are solid choices. All invoke a certain degree of serenity found only in nature, which is great because of where it is. However, I chose A as my #1 by taking into consideration of the property's location (intersection--crossing--of 3 major highways). It made the most sense to me. I chose C as my #2 because the name sounds peaceful (sanctuary), especially with the wetlands and lagoons, and it rolls well off the tongue. B was my #3 choice because while the title is lovely, there aren't really any lakes on the property. There are lagoons. Now, if you changed that to "Savannah Lagoon(s)," I may have better feelings about it.
- I like choice B because Savannah Lakes sounds very intricate and detailed. It comes across also as serene too and relaxing.
This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age range (45 54, 35 44) and U.S. geographic region (Southeast). A sample of responses:
- Moorings more easily conveys that it's near a lake, and it sounds like a more calming environment.
- This just evokes an immediate image of waterfront property, which is a good thing.
- B sounds like a last name
- I like the word promenade brings me back to the early 20th century and going to lakes and resorts.
- B has a more unique angle that garnered my attention better.
This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Interest in camping/fishing/hunting (Hunting / Fishing / Camping) and U.S. geographic region (Southeast). A sample of responses:
- I really liked pines rv resort seem to sound better than the others.
- I THINK OPTIONS B AND C ARE THE BEST OPTIONS BECAUSE OF HOW THEY ARE WRITTEN
- A the most because of the lakes sounds like its a fun atmosphere and water activities
- B Sounds more unique unlike A. But I don't like the name of C at all.
- I live in Savannah and I feel like the added word coastal gives it a better vibe not to mention let's me know it's local.
Which logo do you prefer for a CONSTRUCTION business? Our services: ADU's, Outdoor Living Spaces & Full Service Remodels
This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Homeownership (Own), Income range ($101k+), Age range (35 44, 45 54, 25 34, 55 64), and U.S. geographic region (Pacific). A sample of responses:
- I like option D the best. I think it looks very fresh and innovative. The logo is very clean and straight forward
- I like D the best because it indicates what kind of business it is (Construction). Without the word construction - B is a good logo with a prominent S and F. I like C it looks like a leaf and maybe signifies renewal and growth. Option A is my least favorite. It looks more like a maze than anything else.
- This logo clearly shows the letters of the company and one can easily notice and understand what it stands for. With the others, it took a while for me to figure out where the letters were placed, even though they are cleverly designed.
- I really liked the full words, Santa Fe, on the black background - that's easy to spot and appears it would be one that people would know over time. I also liked the one that had the S and the F intertwined in the logo - that was my second choice. My least favorite was the one that just had the eagle-wing type of look to it. I don't see Santa Fe in that at all and I think it would get confused with similar type logos.
- I chose Option D because it clearly indicates the name and purpose of the company. With Options B and Option C I can at least identify the letters S and F, though it is difficult in Option C. I don't see any connection to the name or purpose of the company in Option A.
This is a 3 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Age range (35 44, 45 54, 55 64) and U.S. geographic region (Southeast). A sample of responses:
- The pavilion is a better option than the shed because a shed feels like a scary setting for a horror movie not a good name for a bar and grill
- The Shed sounds like going to a barn. The Pavillion seems sort of classy.
- This one sounds like its part of a lakeside pleasure and even fits the idea of what they are going for
- The Pavillis more upscale and sounds less like a tool shed.
- The Pavilion sounds much more like an outside venue than The Shed.