Book title test marketing poll

50 Respondents General Population

This is a completed book title test marketing poll published on Jul 27, 2017.

The author received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from the general population in about about 1 hour.

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Which book title is more appealing?

Option A

Warrior Wellness: Antidote to Suicide


38/50 votes

Full Poll Results

Published Jul 27, 2017
Public

Which book title is more appealing?

50 Respondents General Population

Option A

Warrior Wellness: Antidote to Suicide


38 votes
Option B

The Trust About Suicide


12 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
I'm not sure what "The Trust About Suicide" means. It's a bit confusing.
2
Sounds better than trusting suicide.
3
It sounds more upbeat and helpful.
4
The title sounds more optimistic, like a solution almost.
5
i would want an antidote
6
I chose Option A because this title makes the book seem more helpful and informative.
7
It sounds better with more personality and a definitive solution.
8
Sounds more compelling.
9
The other does not make sense
10
It sounds more positive. And B doesn't make sense.
11
I understand what A is about but B just makes no sense.
12
Sounds like an interesting and realistic read.
13
Option A sounds like an interesting book. I really don't understand what option B is about.
14
Sounds more interesting
15
It sounds more like it offers more help.
16
Option A is my choice. The title sounds more positive for the subject.
17
It sounds more helpful and positive for a very negative topic.
18
the other one makes no sense
19
The other title, The Trust About Suicide, doesn't make any sense, as far as I can tell.
20
It seemed more personal and more helpful than B.
21
I like A which offers a solution. The other choice is confusing and doesn't make me feel that I will learn anything useful.
22
I slightly prefer A, because it gives more of an idea what the book is actually about.
23
Option A sounds much less harsh than option B.
24
B doesn't even seem grammatically correct
25
prefer choice A because it is more upbeat sounding and interesting title making one want to know more on this topic then choice B.
26
Because it provides the solution to the problem to sucide
27
The title sounds like a powerful answer to a serious problem.
28
A - because the title in option B doesn't make any sense to me - and an antidote to suicide, if there is such a thing, is very welcome.
29
This one sounds more interesting.
30
choice b seems to convey the idea that suicide is acceptable and understandable
31
The other does not seem good at all
32
The title is more comprehensive and draws my curiosity.
33
I think it sounds a bit less intimidating to attempt
34
sounds more thought provocative
35
it is a bit more spe1.
36
trust about suicide doesnt actually make any sense
37
A sounds more empowering.
38
Warrior Wellness has a nice ring to it, maybe because of the alliteration.
Responses to Option B
1
There is no antidote to suicide and to suggest otherwise undermines the pain a person may be going through
2
The concept of an "antidote" to suicide sounds offensive.
3
A feels preachy and easy to pass-by. However, B instantly has drawn my own curiosity.
4
B -the somberness of the topic comes thru better
5
It builds a more intriguing curiosity the the title.
6
I like the name better. Antidote seems a little off.
7
Other one is too flowery.
8
This one is straight forward. The other one almost seems to only be aimed at certain people.
9
A is just a real turnoff to me. I would be more intrigued by B.
10
Trust about suicide is more appealing.
11
its a more straight forward book title
12
Title B invokes shocking and confusing images and that is enough to draw my attention in to the title.

Demographics

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Gender for Option B
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Age for Option B
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Ethnicity for Option A
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Ethnicity for Option B
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A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Gender
86%
Male (30)
13%
60%
Female (20)
40%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
78%
18-34 (23)
21%
68%
35-49 (19)
31%
87%
50-64 (8)
12%
-
65+ (None)
-

Income
92%
$0-30k (14)
7%
70%
$30-60k (20)
30%
63%
$60-100k (11)
36%
80%
$100k+ (5)
20%

Ethnicity
76%
White (39)
23%
100%
Black (3)
0%
100%
Asian (2)
0%
60%
Hispanic (5)
40%
0%
Other (1)
100%

Education
85%
High School (7)
14%
73%
College (34)
26%
77%
Grad School (9)
22%
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