Us Geographic Region Audience Targeting

Polls based on Us Geographic Region specific focus groups: Midwest, Northeast, Pacific, Southeast, and Southwest

Polls with Us Geographic Region-specific Targeting

Check out 4 surveys targeting us geographic region. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which color do you like for our new French Press Coffee Maker?

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

    • I think the other color looks ridiculous
    • I like the black version because its easier on the eyes. Since I usually make coffee in the morning, having to use a vibrant red one like in option B would probably get annoying after some time.
    • The black looks classier and will match more items already in my kitchen.
    • The other color is too bright and I don't associate that color with coffee.
    • black is my favorite color, no dirt shows
  • Which colour would you rather buy?

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

    • Choice B would go the best with my kitchen decor and I love the green Florida/Caribbean color. Choice C is a neutral but I have too much blue in the kitchen but it would still work well in my kitchen. It is sort of ordinary color where the green is something different then I have seen (it reminds be also of an olive green which is a flashback to my youth). Choice #3 is very pretty but would not go with what I have and probably would not go with a lot of the styles I have seen lately.
    • I'm not really a fan of any of these, as they aren't very neutral colors. I'd prefer gray or black or even white (if it was non-stain). I think light blue is the most neutral.
    • They all appear to be the same except for the color of the silicone. I prefer the green option as it would match some other utensils we already have in the kitchen, and then blue next. I think the red might make it more difficult to see if it was dirty, especially with some red sauces. I like more neutral tones so red is the last choice.
    • I love the red color. It is very vibrant.
    • Blue looks the best for this kind of product
  • Which ad makes you think “yes, I could do that.”

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Community Type (Urban, Suburban) and US Geographic Region (Pacific). A sample of responses:

    • The people in option D just seem happier since they're all smiling and looking at camera.
    • C seems more informative.
    • The people in the ad seem closer to my age than the woman in the other ad... I can relate to the couple more.
    • The elderly lady on the right looks nice, and it shows the young and old working together and being kind to each other
    • Both of these are great ads, but the family unit is really important to young children. The ad shows that there is a big interest in fostering a child and that means that there is a strong support network for foster parents to utilize in raising children.
  • Which ad would make you take action to learn more about foster parenting or mentoring (e.g. attend an orientation, sign up for an informational webinar)?

    This is a 5 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Community Type (Urban, Suburban) and US Geographic Region (Pacific). A sample of responses:

    • Option E once again really highlights the idea that someone like me with limited resources could make a difference in someones life even though I could not commit to raising a child.
    • Again, I chose D because it simply fits the typical family dynamic. Picture E is good too, but it's simply just a bunch of kids, whereas Picture D has a broader appeal in terms of advertising familial values.
    • I choose E, because it tells of a fact that most people do not know. Many people would not know that they can help out for just a few hours and with less commitment than being a foster host. More people will relate and act on that information knowing the obligations upfront.
    • D shows that that is support is wide
    • the message is key in this ad, revealing that their are other ways to help teens other than being a foster parent.

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