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Option C is the winner of this round-robin tournament, winning 60.0% of votes in head-to-head matchups among an audience of 50 respondents.


Votes Won Per Matchup

Matchup Option C Option A Option B
Summary
60 / 100
46 / 100
44 / 100
A / B   25 25
A / C 29 21  
B / C 31   19

A vs. B
Option A vs. Option B
OptionVotes
Option A25%
Option B25%
A vs. C
Option A vs. Option C
OptionVotes
Option A21%
Option C29%
B vs. C
Option B vs. Option C
OptionVotes
Option B19%
Option C31%
A 25 Votes

31 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

vs.
B 25 Votes

30 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

# 25 Comments For A
1
Short and simple.
2
31 seems to be more detailed than 30.
3
this is more appealing
4
It is the longest that a month can be
5
A is concise
6
This seems like a better option book title or club, since there is no indication in the question.
7
31 day sounds like a better option in case it came up during a 31 day month.
8
I prefer the 31 day challenge because that sounds more "normal" to me.
9
One day doesn't make a difference
10
both options are too similar, i dont have a preference here
11
I'd rather have 31 days to get sober.
12
It is better to be 31 days sober than 30.
13
31 covers a full month
14
Option A would make me feel like I really accomplished the full month where as option b wouldnt
15
A has an extra day which would be useful for longer months of the year and would be easier to remove elements than B where I would have to add an extra day to the challenge.
16
1 more day is better than just 30
17
It seems logical, since most calendar months have 31 days. Plus the extra day makes the task seem more challenging and potentially effective, like if you can go that extra day you might be more successfully sober with a social life in the future (assuming that people considering these options are motivated to stay sober but are concerned about the impact that not drinking might have on their social experience).
18
There is an extra day with the challenge to possibly do more.
19
There is not really a difference in choices but 31 days makes it seem as if you are past the hardest part.
20
Going 31 days on sober seem like a mountain to climb but breaking it down and taking each day as it comes is the most sure-fire way to complete the challenge
21
that one day may be what i need
22
give you a extra day to do the challenge so that might be more fun.
23
A seems better because it is one day longer
24
I chose A because it was a longer, sustained period of development, although I didn't see much difference in the two.
25
I like the "31" over the "30". I think the 30-day phrase has been used to the point of not being believable even though the difference is only one day. When I hear "30-day" my brain automatically says, "Yeah right" sort of like when I hear "Guaranteed to work".
A 21 Votes

31 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

vs.
C 29 Votes

How To Be Sober and Still Have an Amazing Social Life In 31 Days

# 21 Comments For A
1
Short and simple
2
this sounds more appealing
3
This title is straightforward and does not drag on as the other does.
4
Once again, the challenge word. It's short, sweet, and speaks right to me.
5
this is more appealing
6
A is really concise
7
C feels patronizing.
8
I think the title just seems more influential to me.
9
This is a shorter and more to the point title.
10
Don't oversell it.
11
I don't like "amazing" in the other title. Becoming sober is really hard to do and this sounds like the author is making it sound trivial or overly easy
12
C is unnecessarily long and A tells the same thing
13
They are both depressing. I cannot really relate to these because I am sober and I do not like to socialize or have a social life. I prefer A it simpler and shorter than C. C seems to promise too much to be believable.
14
The opposite sounds too theoretic - "amazing life", etc. and someone is always lying when promise "amazing life"
15
sounds more normal, less wordy
16
A is more goal/challenge focused which would motivate me more, while C seems like it would be guidelines and not milestone focused.
17
I LIKE THIS BECAUSE IT'S MORE CONCISE.
18
i am always up for a challenge
19
This is quick and to the point
20
A seems more motivational to me.
21
I think I'd go with this shorter title just because the other one is a little bit too long and people may skip over it.
A 25 Votes

31 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

vs.
B 25 Votes

30 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

# 25 Comments Against A
1
this sounds more appealing
2
The less days, the more easily attainable this goal appears to be
3
30 days is more appealing than 31 days because its less!
4
30 days is a nice round number.
5
They're both awful titles, and the only difference is 30 vs. 31 days. No difference here at all
6
30 days is a rounder number.
7
30 days is more catchy than 31
8
30 days is commonly thought of as a month to most people
9
I think 30 is most commonly used number for a month instead of 31
10
I prefer round numbers.
11
Option B 30 Day sounds more clean and finished instead of 31 since most people use 30 as the default for a month.
12
B is the obvious choice because it supposedly takes less time to achieve the goal of sobriety.
13
I don't really like either but the rounded number is more appealing.
14
I don't see big difference, because both are about a month long, but 30 days sounds better for me (or shorter time).
15
I guess I think the title flows a bit better. 31 is a full month, but "30 Day Sober" just feels like a snappier phrase than with "31".
16
I chose B because a one day difference isn't going to change anything really.
17
Option B's title uses the number 30--an even number which most people associate with a finite period of time and a month. Option A's title using 31 is a bit unorthodox and is not an even number, nor is it a number usually used in titles of things.
18
There's usually 30 days in a month, although it does bother me there's no "s" on days
19
30 DAYS IS A MUCH ROUNDER NUMBER
20
Because 30 is an even number it is shorter than 31
21
I think it fits more with 30 days being in almost every month
22
Must people hear 30 and think of that more then 31
23
I think most people would be gravitating toward 30 day because that's the common numerical amount for "challenges" or diets or whatnot.
24
The number is more even
25
30 is a more whole number, so to me it just flows better.
A 21 Votes

31 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

vs.
C 29 Votes

How To Be Sober and Still Have an Amazing Social Life In 31 Days

# 29 Comments Against A
1
Sounds like I would have more guidance
2
This sounds more convincing and I would want to know more because it says I can still have a social life!
3
Again, option C has a whole month and also communicates better who the class is for.
4
The longer title makes so much more sense. What the heck is a "social life challenge"? The first title is just wonky and awkward and confusing.
5
This seems like a better option book title or club, since there is no indication in the question.
6
Again C sounds like a better option as if it's a program or self-help approach rather than the others which sound like social media challenges.
7
the title is more interesting
8
I find this one more appealing in regards to the social aspect.
9
Option C gives the full details in the description and is enticing to hear more about the program.
10
If I drank, I'd feel like the challenge wanted me to stop completely. The 'in 31 days' makes me feel like I can take it slow.
11
It is more clarified and easier to understand
12
The wording sounds odd in the other option and sounds like an experiment rather than something that would help someone achieve this.
13
Option C has a more enticing message; use of the word "Amazing" is a more enticing note, and overall it has a more understandable message.
14
I picked C because who doesn't want to be sober and have an amazing social life?
15
I chose option C because It seems like they are trying to at least give you advice and tips on how to still be social where as option a makes it seems hard and not fun
16
Based upon the title, I think that Option C indicates that one would learn useful strategies for having a good social life. It will be informative. Option A does not give the impression of being informative, but more of a contest. I enjoy learning more than anything else.
17
This one has the S on Days and still is grammatically correct
18
This sounds like it will keep you sober and still have fun
19
This choice seems like it could be more effective in motivating people who are concerned with the influence that sobriety might have on their social experience to join the group.
20
It is more descriptive and seems to focus more on enjoying your social life.
21
Because it is offering two things in the same amount of days instead of one thing.
22
I like that it says "IN 31 days"
23
I would choose c because it is clearly written and seems highly positive.
24
Because it teaches how to be sober and still have an amazing 31 days Social Life
25
It seems more positive and overall nicer ring to the name
26
It is more descriptive and positive sounding
27
Option C, again, was about having a positive experience, whereas A sounded more like a negative challenge.
28
Again the title isn't vague and you know what to expect.
29
Again this phrasing seems to speak to me in a way that indicates the issue is recognized and will be adequately addressed.

36 Unique Respondents Voted for A

Gender
Trait ValuePercentage
Male (61%)61
Female (39%)39
Age range
Trait ValuePercentage
<17 (0%)0
18-24 (0%)0
25-34 (58%)58
35-44 (28%)28
45-54 (14%)14
55-64 (0%)0
65+ (0%)0
B 25 Votes

30 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

vs.
A 25 Votes

31 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

# 25 Comments For B
1
this sounds more appealing
2
The less days, the more easily attainable this goal appears to be
3
30 days is more appealing than 31 days because its less!
4
30 days is a nice round number.
5
They're both awful titles, and the only difference is 30 vs. 31 days. No difference here at all
6
30 days is a rounder number.
7
30 days is more catchy than 31
8
30 days is commonly thought of as a month to most people
9
I think 30 is most commonly used number for a month instead of 31
10
I prefer round numbers.
11
Option B 30 Day sounds more clean and finished instead of 31 since most people use 30 as the default for a month.
12
B is the obvious choice because it supposedly takes less time to achieve the goal of sobriety.
13
I don't really like either but the rounded number is more appealing.
14
I don't see big difference, because both are about a month long, but 30 days sounds better for me (or shorter time).
15
I guess I think the title flows a bit better. 31 is a full month, but "30 Day Sober" just feels like a snappier phrase than with "31".
16
I chose B because a one day difference isn't going to change anything really.
17
Option B's title uses the number 30--an even number which most people associate with a finite period of time and a month. Option A's title using 31 is a bit unorthodox and is not an even number, nor is it a number usually used in titles of things.
18
There's usually 30 days in a month, although it does bother me there's no "s" on days
19
30 DAYS IS A MUCH ROUNDER NUMBER
20
Because 30 is an even number it is shorter than 31
21
I think it fits more with 30 days being in almost every month
22
Must people hear 30 and think of that more then 31
23
I think most people would be gravitating toward 30 day because that's the common numerical amount for "challenges" or diets or whatnot.
24
The number is more even
25
30 is a more whole number, so to me it just flows better.
B 19 Votes

30 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

vs.
C 31 Votes

How To Be Sober and Still Have an Amazing Social Life In 31 Days

# 19 Comments For B
1
Short and simple.
2
this sounds more appealing to me
3
The less days, the more easily attainable this goal appears to be
4
I enjoy the shorter title as it grabs my attention more.
5
I like challenges. If it's a hurdle, I want to jump over it.
6
C is a real mouthful
7
C just sounds weird.
8
This one sounds like more of a fun challenge
9
The longer the title the more it sounds like a scam
10
This one is more clear. Also, C sounds like it's making very lofty promises
11
because I prefer B to A, A to C, therefore B to C
12
I didn't like C before and I still don't. B is shorter, more to the point, and takes less long to achieve.
13
among all 3 - this one is the best
14
I Like option B as it is more of a challenge where I expect certain goals to be made while C seems to be more of a guide without real goals/milestones given.
15
I LIKE THIS OPTION BECAUSE IT'S CONCISE.
16
this one will push me in the right direction
17
Most people think of a month as 30 days
18
B is short and motivational.
19
I would go with this one because shorter, and people would be more drawn to the '30 days' part of the title. It's more common to see that than 31 day challenge.
B 25 Votes

30 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

vs.
A 25 Votes

31 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

# 25 Comments Against B
1
Short and simple.
2
31 seems to be more detailed than 30.
3
this is more appealing
4
It is the longest that a month can be
5
A is concise
6
This seems like a better option book title or club, since there is no indication in the question.
7
31 day sounds like a better option in case it came up during a 31 day month.
8
I prefer the 31 day challenge because that sounds more "normal" to me.
9
One day doesn't make a difference
10
both options are too similar, i dont have a preference here
11
I'd rather have 31 days to get sober.
12
It is better to be 31 days sober than 30.
13
31 covers a full month
14
Option A would make me feel like I really accomplished the full month where as option b wouldnt
15
A has an extra day which would be useful for longer months of the year and would be easier to remove elements than B where I would have to add an extra day to the challenge.
16
1 more day is better than just 30
17
It seems logical, since most calendar months have 31 days. Plus the extra day makes the task seem more challenging and potentially effective, like if you can go that extra day you might be more successfully sober with a social life in the future (assuming that people considering these options are motivated to stay sober but are concerned about the impact that not drinking might have on their social experience).
18
There is an extra day with the challenge to possibly do more.
19
There is not really a difference in choices but 31 days makes it seem as if you are past the hardest part.
20
Going 31 days on sober seem like a mountain to climb but breaking it down and taking each day as it comes is the most sure-fire way to complete the challenge
21
that one day may be what i need
22
give you a extra day to do the challenge so that might be more fun.
23
A seems better because it is one day longer
24
I chose A because it was a longer, sustained period of development, although I didn't see much difference in the two.
25
I like the "31" over the "30". I think the 30-day phrase has been used to the point of not being believable even though the difference is only one day. When I hear "30-day" my brain automatically says, "Yeah right" sort of like when I hear "Guaranteed to work".
B 19 Votes

30 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

vs.
C 31 Votes

How To Be Sober and Still Have an Amazing Social Life In 31 Days

# 31 Comments Against B
1
Again, I wamt to know I can still be social!
2
this sounds more better to me
3
I think that describes the class better. Option B makes it sound like its more for alcoholics like AA is, but C makes it sound like it's for people who don't have any hobbies besides drinking.
4
Again, only the first one makes any kind of sense.
5
This seems like a better option book title or club, since there is no indication in the question.
6
C is much more descriptive and does a good job describing the program's intent which is sorely lacking in the other options.
7
I think this description sounds appealing.
8
the title is more interesting
9
This one seems like a more ideal goal. Has more benefits.
10
I feel like Option C describes the program in more detail and leads to more interest. Option B sounds a bit offputting.
11
I think the 'how to be' is more compelling. It seems like it will tell me something I don't already know.
12
It is more descriptive and 31 days is better and stands out.
13
An "Amazing Social Life" sound better than just a social life and it's easier to read and understand.
14
I think emphasis on the word Amazing helps a lot here! Option B feels like they're trying to be too concise with the title than is necessary; Option C gets across the points while still being enticing.
15
I picked option C because I personally would like to be sober and having a pretty good social life.
16
engages the potential reader more
17
I would like to see the tips that their giving me in option c rather than it being a challange in option b
18
I would choose Option C because starting the title with "How to be" conveys that this will be informative and educational. Option B does not strike me as being particularly informative, and seems to have more of a competitive element. I like to learn but I do not enjoy competition.
19
I like this because it's more grammatically correct
20
Sounds like in the other after 30 days you will be back to not sober
21
This description is much more appealing, since the idea seems to be how to stay sober and still be socially active. As a former heavy drinker, I can understand the concern that sobriety will impact your social life, and option C speaks directly to this concern. I can see this message being a more effective motivator.
22
It seems to be more descriptive and focus on how to maximize your social life.
23
I feel It is offering me two things. Having and amazing social life and how to be sober instead of only sobriety.
24
I like that you can decide within the 31 days
25
Choice C is clearly written and explained. The other choice is negative sounding.
26
Because i will be happy to learn how i can be sober and still have a good social life. I have always thought it's impossible .
27
It seems like it is longer and more detailed so I like it more since i know what im getting into
28
The title is very easy to understand and is descriptive
29
Option C was a more positive sounding choice. Option B sounded more like difficulty.
30
The title is more clear about what to expect.
31
I think this one better illustrates an understanding that if you don't drink you have a more difficult time in social settings due to comments and temptations. This one addresses the issue in plain-speak. And for some reason the "31" sounds more realistic than the "30" even though it is in reality a difference of only one day maybe because we have heard the 30-day phrase so many times it isn't believable anymore.

32 Unique Respondents Voted for B

Gender
Trait ValuePercentage
Male (50%)50
Female (50%)50
Age range
Trait ValuePercentage
<17 (0%)0
18-24 (0%)0
25-34 (50%)50
35-44 (38%)38
45-54 (13%)13
55-64 (0%)0
65+ (0%)0
C 29 Votes

How To Be Sober and Still Have an Amazing Social Life In 31 Days

vs.
A 21 Votes

31 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

# 29 Comments For C
1
Sounds like I would have more guidance
2
This sounds more convincing and I would want to know more because it says I can still have a social life!
3
Again, option C has a whole month and also communicates better who the class is for.
4
The longer title makes so much more sense. What the heck is a "social life challenge"? The first title is just wonky and awkward and confusing.
5
This seems like a better option book title or club, since there is no indication in the question.
6
Again C sounds like a better option as if it's a program or self-help approach rather than the others which sound like social media challenges.
7
the title is more interesting
8
I find this one more appealing in regards to the social aspect.
9
Option C gives the full details in the description and is enticing to hear more about the program.
10
If I drank, I'd feel like the challenge wanted me to stop completely. The 'in 31 days' makes me feel like I can take it slow.
11
It is more clarified and easier to understand
12
The wording sounds odd in the other option and sounds like an experiment rather than something that would help someone achieve this.
13
Option C has a more enticing message; use of the word "Amazing" is a more enticing note, and overall it has a more understandable message.
14
I picked C because who doesn't want to be sober and have an amazing social life?
15
I chose option C because It seems like they are trying to at least give you advice and tips on how to still be social where as option a makes it seems hard and not fun
16
Based upon the title, I think that Option C indicates that one would learn useful strategies for having a good social life. It will be informative. Option A does not give the impression of being informative, but more of a contest. I enjoy learning more than anything else.
17
This one has the S on Days and still is grammatically correct
18
This sounds like it will keep you sober and still have fun
19
This choice seems like it could be more effective in motivating people who are concerned with the influence that sobriety might have on their social experience to join the group.
20
It is more descriptive and seems to focus more on enjoying your social life.
21
Because it is offering two things in the same amount of days instead of one thing.
22
I like that it says "IN 31 days"
23
I would choose c because it is clearly written and seems highly positive.
24
Because it teaches how to be sober and still have an amazing 31 days Social Life
25
It seems more positive and overall nicer ring to the name
26
It is more descriptive and positive sounding
27
Option C, again, was about having a positive experience, whereas A sounded more like a negative challenge.
28
Again the title isn't vague and you know what to expect.
29
Again this phrasing seems to speak to me in a way that indicates the issue is recognized and will be adequately addressed.
C 31 Votes

How To Be Sober and Still Have an Amazing Social Life In 31 Days

vs.
B 19 Votes

30 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

# 31 Comments For C
1
Again, I wamt to know I can still be social!
2
this sounds more better to me
3
I think that describes the class better. Option B makes it sound like its more for alcoholics like AA is, but C makes it sound like it's for people who don't have any hobbies besides drinking.
4
Again, only the first one makes any kind of sense.
5
This seems like a better option book title or club, since there is no indication in the question.
6
C is much more descriptive and does a good job describing the program's intent which is sorely lacking in the other options.
7
I think this description sounds appealing.
8
the title is more interesting
9
This one seems like a more ideal goal. Has more benefits.
10
I feel like Option C describes the program in more detail and leads to more interest. Option B sounds a bit offputting.
11
I think the 'how to be' is more compelling. It seems like it will tell me something I don't already know.
12
It is more descriptive and 31 days is better and stands out.
13
An "Amazing Social Life" sound better than just a social life and it's easier to read and understand.
14
I think emphasis on the word Amazing helps a lot here! Option B feels like they're trying to be too concise with the title than is necessary; Option C gets across the points while still being enticing.
15
I picked option C because I personally would like to be sober and having a pretty good social life.
16
engages the potential reader more
17
I would like to see the tips that their giving me in option c rather than it being a challange in option b
18
I would choose Option C because starting the title with "How to be" conveys that this will be informative and educational. Option B does not strike me as being particularly informative, and seems to have more of a competitive element. I like to learn but I do not enjoy competition.
19
I like this because it's more grammatically correct
20
Sounds like in the other after 30 days you will be back to not sober
21
This description is much more appealing, since the idea seems to be how to stay sober and still be socially active. As a former heavy drinker, I can understand the concern that sobriety will impact your social life, and option C speaks directly to this concern. I can see this message being a more effective motivator.
22
It seems to be more descriptive and focus on how to maximize your social life.
23
I feel It is offering me two things. Having and amazing social life and how to be sober instead of only sobriety.
24
I like that you can decide within the 31 days
25
Choice C is clearly written and explained. The other choice is negative sounding.
26
Because i will be happy to learn how i can be sober and still have a good social life. I have always thought it's impossible .
27
It seems like it is longer and more detailed so I like it more since i know what im getting into
28
The title is very easy to understand and is descriptive
29
Option C was a more positive sounding choice. Option B sounded more like difficulty.
30
The title is more clear about what to expect.
31
I think this one better illustrates an understanding that if you don't drink you have a more difficult time in social settings due to comments and temptations. This one addresses the issue in plain-speak. And for some reason the "31" sounds more realistic than the "30" even though it is in reality a difference of only one day maybe because we have heard the 30-day phrase so many times it isn't believable anymore.
C 29 Votes

How To Be Sober and Still Have an Amazing Social Life In 31 Days

vs.
A 21 Votes

31 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

# 21 Comments Against C
1
Short and simple
2
this sounds more appealing
3
This title is straightforward and does not drag on as the other does.
4
Once again, the challenge word. It's short, sweet, and speaks right to me.
5
this is more appealing
6
A is really concise
7
C feels patronizing.
8
I think the title just seems more influential to me.
9
This is a shorter and more to the point title.
10
Don't oversell it.
11
I don't like "amazing" in the other title. Becoming sober is really hard to do and this sounds like the author is making it sound trivial or overly easy
12
C is unnecessarily long and A tells the same thing
13
They are both depressing. I cannot really relate to these because I am sober and I do not like to socialize or have a social life. I prefer A it simpler and shorter than C. C seems to promise too much to be believable.
14
The opposite sounds too theoretic - "amazing life", etc. and someone is always lying when promise "amazing life"
15
sounds more normal, less wordy
16
A is more goal/challenge focused which would motivate me more, while C seems like it would be guidelines and not milestone focused.
17
I LIKE THIS BECAUSE IT'S MORE CONCISE.
18
i am always up for a challenge
19
This is quick and to the point
20
A seems more motivational to me.
21
I think I'd go with this shorter title just because the other one is a little bit too long and people may skip over it.
C 31 Votes

How To Be Sober and Still Have an Amazing Social Life In 31 Days

vs.
B 19 Votes

30 Day Sober With A Social Life Challenge

# 19 Comments Against C
1
Short and simple.
2
this sounds more appealing to me
3
The less days, the more easily attainable this goal appears to be
4
I enjoy the shorter title as it grabs my attention more.
5
I like challenges. If it's a hurdle, I want to jump over it.
6
C is a real mouthful
7
C just sounds weird.
8
This one sounds like more of a fun challenge
9
The longer the title the more it sounds like a scam
10
This one is more clear. Also, C sounds like it's making very lofty promises
11
because I prefer B to A, A to C, therefore B to C
12
I didn't like C before and I still don't. B is shorter, more to the point, and takes less long to achieve.
13
among all 3 - this one is the best
14
I Like option B as it is more of a challenge where I expect certain goals to be made while C seems to be more of a guide without real goals/milestones given.
15
I LIKE THIS OPTION BECAUSE IT'S CONCISE.
16
this one will push me in the right direction
17
Most people think of a month as 30 days
18
B is short and motivational.
19
I would go with this one because shorter, and people would be more drawn to the '30 days' part of the title. It's more common to see that than 31 day challenge.

32 Unique Respondents Voted for C

Gender
Trait ValuePercentage
Male (63%)63
Female (38%)38
Age range
Trait ValuePercentage
<17 (0%)0
18-24 (0%)0
25-34 (53%)53
35-44 (38%)38
45-54 (9%)9
55-64 (0%)0
65+ (0%)0
1
35-44 Female

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "A seems better because it is one day longer"
(vs C) "A seems more motivational to me."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "B is short and motivational."
2
35-44 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "They're both awful titles, and the only difference is 30 vs. 31 days. No difference here at all"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "Again, only the first one makes any kind of sense."
(vs A) "The longer title makes so much more sense. What the heck is a "social life challenge"? The first title is just wonky and awkward and confusing."
3
25-34 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "30 days is more catchy than 31"
(vs C) "This one sounds like more of a fun challenge"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "This is a shorter and more to the point title."
4
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "It is the longest that a month can be"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I think that describes the class better. Option B makes it sound like its more for alcoholics like AA is, but C makes it sound like it's for people who don't have any hobbies besides drinking."
(vs A) "Again, option C has a whole month and also communicates better who the class is for."
5
35-44 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "Option B 30 Day sounds more clean and finished instead of 31 since most people use 30 as the default for a month."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I feel like Option C describes the program in more detail and leads to more interest. Option B sounds a bit offputting."
(vs A) "Option C gives the full details in the description and is enticing to hear more about the program."
6
25-34 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "30 is a more whole number, so to me it just flows better."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "The title is more clear about what to expect."
(vs A) "Again the title isn't vague and you know what to expect."
7
35-44 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "30 days is a nice round number."
(vs C) "I like challenges. If it's a hurdle, I want to jump over it."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "Once again, the challenge word. It's short, sweet, and speaks right to me."
8
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "One day doesn't make a difference"
(vs C) "Don't oversell it."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "The longer the title the more it sounds like a scam"
9
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "A is concise"
(vs C) "A is really concise"
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "C is a real mouthful"
10
35-44 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "31 day sounds like a better option in case it came up during a 31 day month."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "C is much more descriptive and does a good job describing the program's intent which is sorely lacking in the other options."
(vs A) "Again C sounds like a better option as if it's a program or self-help approach rather than the others which sound like social media challenges."
11
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "give you a extra day to do the challenge so that might be more fun."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "It seems like it is longer and more detailed so I like it more since i know what im getting into"
(vs A) "It seems more positive and overall nicer ring to the name"
12
25-34 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs C) "I enjoy the shorter title as it grabs my attention more."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "This title is straightforward and does not drag on as the other does."
(vs B) "31 seems to be more detailed than 30."
13
35-44 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "30 days is commonly thought of as a month to most people"
(vs C) "This one is more clear. Also, C sounds like it's making very lofty promises"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "I don't like "amazing" in the other title. Becoming sober is really hard to do and this sounds like the author is making it sound trivial or overly easy"
14
25-34 Female

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "A has an extra day which would be useful for longer months of the year and would be easier to remove elements than B where I would have to add an extra day to the challenge."
(vs C) "A is more goal/challenge focused which would motivate me more, while C seems like it would be guidelines and not milestone focused."
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "I Like option B as it is more of a challenge where I expect certain goals to be made while C seems to be more of a guide without real goals/milestones given."
15
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "Option A would make me feel like I really accomplished the full month where as option b wouldnt"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I would like to see the tips that their giving me in option c rather than it being a challange in option b"
(vs A) "I chose option C because It seems like they are trying to at least give you advice and tips on how to still be social where as option a makes it seems hard and not fun"
16
25-34 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I prefer round numbers."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "This one seems like a more ideal goal. Has more benefits."
(vs A) "I find this one more appealing in regards to the social aspect."
17
25-34 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I guess I think the title flows a bit better. 31 is a full month, but "30 Day Sober" just feels like a snappier phrase than with "31"."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I think emphasis on the word Amazing helps a lot here! Option B feels like they're trying to be too concise with the title than is necessary; Option C gets across the points while still being enticing."
(vs A) "Option C has a more enticing message; use of the word "Amazing" is a more enticing note, and overall it has a more understandable message."
18
35-44 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I don't really like either but the rounded number is more appealing."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "An "Amazing Social Life" sound better than just a social life and it's easier to read and understand."
(vs A) "The wording sounds odd in the other option and sounds like an experiment rather than something that would help someone achieve this."
19
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "This seems like a better option book title or club, since there is no indication in the question."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "This seems like a better option book title or club, since there is no indication in the question."
(vs A) "This seems like a better option book title or club, since there is no indication in the question."
20
25-34 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "The number is more even"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "The title is very easy to understand and is descriptive"
(vs A) "It is more descriptive and positive sounding"
21
25-34 Female

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "31 covers a full month"
(vs C) "sounds more normal, less wordy"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "engages the potential reader more"
22
25-34 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I think most people would be gravitating toward 30 day because that's the common numerical amount for "challenges" or diets or whatnot."
(vs C) "I would go with this one because shorter, and people would be more drawn to the '30 days' part of the title. It's more common to see that than 31 day challenge."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "I think I'd go with this shorter title just because the other one is a little bit too long and people may skip over it."
23
25-34 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I think 30 is most commonly used number for a month instead of 31"
(vs C) "because I prefer B to A, A to C, therefore B to C"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "C is unnecessarily long and A tells the same thing"
24
45-54 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "Option B's title uses the number 30--an even number which most people associate with a finite period of time and a month. Option A's title using 31 is a bit unorthodox and is not an even number, nor is it a number usually used in titles of things."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I would choose Option C because starting the title with "How to be" conveys that this will be informative and educational. Option B does not strike me as being particularly informative, and seems to have more of a competitive element. I like to learn but I do not enjoy competition."
(vs A) "Based upon the title, I think that Option C indicates that one would learn useful strategies for having a good social life. It will be informative. Option A does not give the impression of being informative, but more of a contest. I enjoy learning more than anything else."
25
25-34 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "30 days is a rounder number."
(vs C) "C just sounds weird."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "C feels patronizing."
26
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "both options are too similar, i dont have a preference here"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "the title is more interesting"
(vs A) "the title is more interesting"
27
35-44 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "It is better to be 31 days sober than 30."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "It is more descriptive and 31 days is better and stands out."
(vs A) "It is more clarified and easier to understand"
28
35-44 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "30 days is more appealing than 31 days because its less!"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "Again, I wamt to know I can still be social!"
(vs A) "This sounds more convincing and I would want to know more because it says I can still have a social life!"
29
25-34 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs C) "The less days, the more easily attainable this goal appears to be"
(vs A) "The less days, the more easily attainable this goal appears to be"
Votes for Option C
(vs A) "Sounds like I would have more guidance"
30
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "There is an extra day with the challenge to possibly do more."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "It seems to be more descriptive and focus on how to maximize your social life."
(vs A) "It is more descriptive and seems to focus more on enjoying your social life."
31
35-44 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "30 DAYS IS A MUCH ROUNDER NUMBER"
(vs C) "I LIKE THIS OPTION BECAUSE IT'S CONCISE."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "I LIKE THIS BECAUSE IT'S MORE CONCISE."
32
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "I prefer the 31 day challenge because that sounds more "normal" to me."
(vs C) "I think the title just seems more influential to me."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I think this description sounds appealing."
33
35-44 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "Must people hear 30 and think of that more then 31"
(vs C) "Most people think of a month as 30 days"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "This is quick and to the point"
34
45-54 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "that one day may be what i need"
(vs C) "i am always up for a challenge"
Votes for Option B
(vs C) "this one will push me in the right direction"
35
25-34 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "There's usually 30 days in a month, although it does bother me there's no "s" on days"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I like this because it's more grammatically correct"
(vs A) "This one has the S on Days and still is grammatically correct"
36
35-44 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I think it fits more with 30 days being in almost every month"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I like that you can decide within the 31 days"
(vs A) "I like that it says "IN 31 days""
37
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "1 more day is better than just 30"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "Sounds like in the other after 30 days you will be back to not sober"
(vs A) "This sounds like it will keep you sober and still have fun"
38
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "this is more appealing"
(vs C) "this is more appealing"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "this sounds more better to me"
39
45-54 Female

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "I chose A because it was a longer, sustained period of development, although I didn't see much difference in the two."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "Option C was a more positive sounding choice. Option B sounded more like difficulty."
(vs A) "Option C, again, was about having a positive experience, whereas A sounded more like a negative challenge."
40
45-54 Female

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "I like the "31" over the "30". I think the 30-day phrase has been used to the point of not being believable even though the difference is only one day. When I hear "30-day" my brain automatically says, "Yeah right" sort of like when I hear "Guaranteed to work"."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I think this one better illustrates an understanding that if you don't drink you have a more difficult time in social settings due to comments and temptations. This one addresses the issue in plain-speak. And for some reason the "31" sounds more realistic than the "30" even though it is in reality a difference of only one day maybe because we have heard the 30-day phrase so many times it isn't believable anymore."
(vs A) "Again this phrasing seems to speak to me in a way that indicates the issue is recognized and will be adequately addressed."
41
35-44 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "Because 30 is an even number it is shorter than 31"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I feel It is offering me two things. Having and amazing social life and how to be sober instead of only sobriety."
(vs A) "Because it is offering two things in the same amount of days instead of one thing."
42
35-44 Female

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "I'd rather have 31 days to get sober."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I think the 'how to be' is more compelling. It seems like it will tell me something I don't already know."
(vs A) "If I drank, I'd feel like the challenge wanted me to stop completely. The 'in 31 days' makes me feel like I can take it slow."
43
45-54 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "B is the obvious choice because it supposedly takes less time to achieve the goal of sobriety."
(vs C) "I didn't like C before and I still don't. B is shorter, more to the point, and takes less long to achieve."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "They are both depressing. I cannot really relate to these because I am sober and I do not like to socialize or have a social life. I prefer A it simpler and shorter than C. C seems to promise too much to be believable."
44
35-44 Female

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "There is not really a difference in choices but 31 days makes it seem as if you are past the hardest part."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "Choice C is clearly written and explained. The other choice is negative sounding."
(vs A) "I would choose c because it is clearly written and seems highly positive."
45
25-34 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I don't see big difference, because both are about a month long, but 30 days sounds better for me (or shorter time)."
(vs C) "among all 3 - this one is the best"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "The opposite sounds too theoretic - "amazing life", etc. and someone is always lying when promise "amazing life""
46
35-44 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs A) "I chose B because a one day difference isn't going to change anything really."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "I picked option C because I personally would like to be sober and having a pretty good social life."
(vs A) "I picked C because who doesn't want to be sober and have an amazing social life?"
47
45-54 Female

Votes for Option B
(vs C) "this sounds more appealing to me"
(vs A) "this sounds more appealing"
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "this sounds more appealing"
48
25-34 Male

Votes for Option B
(vs C) "Short and simple."
Votes for Option A
(vs C) "Short and simple"
(vs B) "Short and simple."
49
25-34 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "Going 31 days on sober seem like a mountain to climb but breaking it down and taking each day as it comes is the most sure-fire way to complete the challenge"
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "Because i will be happy to learn how i can be sober and still have a good social life. I have always thought it's impossible ."
(vs A) "Because it teaches how to be sober and still have an amazing 31 days Social Life"
50
35-44 Male

Votes for Option A
(vs B) "It seems logical, since most calendar months have 31 days. Plus the extra day makes the task seem more challenging and potentially effective, like if you can go that extra day you might be more successfully sober with a social life in the future (assuming that people considering these options are motivated to stay sober but are concerned about the impact that not drinking might have on their social experience)."
Votes for Option C
(vs B) "This description is much more appealing, since the idea seems to be how to stay sober and still be socially active. As a former heavy drinker, I can understand the concern that sobriety will impact your social life, and option C speaks directly to this concern. I can see this message being a more effective motivator."
(vs A) "This choice seems like it could be more effective in motivating people who are concerned with the influence that sobriety might have on their social experience to join the group."
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