Us Geographic Region Audience Targeting

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

Polls with Us Geographic Region-specific Targeting

Check out 8 surveys targeting us geographic region. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which colour would you rather buy?

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

    • Blue looks the best for this kind of product
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
  • 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 elderly lady on the right looks nice, and it shows the young and old working together and being kind to each other
    • The people in option D just seem happier since they're all smiling and looking at camera.
    • The people in the ad seem closer to my age than the woman in the other ad... I can relate to the couple more.
    • 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.
    • C seems more informative.
  • 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 US Geographic Region (Pacific) and Community Type (Suburban, Urban). A sample of responses:

    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
  • If there was an app or website that allowed you to view and vote on 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 personally feel that it would give me a chance to give my voice upon art. I would enjoy being able to reflect my idea and what opinions I think would be good.
    • Yes I'd use it because I think it would make it easy to vote and get involved in the community as far as art and culture is concerned. When it's easy like that through an app I think it's a great way to get people involved who otherwise might not be.
    • I chose A and yes because think that culture is vital for the local community.
    • sounds interesting and engaging
    • Absolutely! It's a great opportunity for casual art observers participate in a meaningful, low effort way. It also circumvents geographical or financial hindrances of people who can't experience installations first-hand.
  • Would you like more local public art installations in your area?

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

    • Our community has recently added more and it's had a really positive effect on the people here so I think adding more would only bring more positive things to our town. Art makes a community beautiful in my opinion and I think a lot of people agree.
    • art is a wonderful thing
    • There are better options. I assume these would be expensive projects paid for by the taxpayers.
    • There are a few good art installations in my area, but we could and should have more.
    • First of all, I like art as a general rule. Second, any art that provokes curiosity and sparks conversation is worthwhile. Adding cultural activities/attractions to a community is always a good idea.
  • 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:

    • Yes! I would love a say in the artistic aesthetic of my community. I would feel more connected to it.
    • No, is of no interest to me.
    • sounds like something very engaging
    • Yes this does sounds interesting enough for me to want to learn more about it
    • I chose No and B here because I would prefer to vote in person.
  • 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 really use apps to suggest places for anything but it's a really cool idea
    • That would not be beneficial to my area.
    • I would use an app that suggests places for local art installations in my community because it isn't something I normally hear about. I live in a rural community and I don't see many things like art installations. It would be a new and interesting experience and it would give my family and I something to do. It is also important to me to support local artists and businesses, so this would be another way to do that.
    • This is not something I ever really think about so I don't think I would actively use this app. I also don't know where local art installations should go and would not have many suggestions.
    • I also am not sure I understand the question. Would I be suggesting places for art installations to other artists, based on places I know that could use some public art? Or would I be using the app to locate places in my area that have art installations? I would prefer to see this question phrased a different way.
  • 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:

    • I don't really have extra money to donate to such a thing.
    • I really like the idea of funding the art and the person that made it
    • Although I am not a huge art connoisseur, I do like the idea of an artist reaping the benefits of the work they put in. I also like the idea that I could have my money refunded. Finally, I like that its focus is local and could help with that community.
    • Depends on the amount.

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