You can use targeting settings in order to take better control over who gets to see your poll. You have access to the following settings:
This will control what percentage of visitors see your poll. For example, if you select 50%, then 1 out of every two visitors will be shown your poll. This behavior will occur randomly.
This will control who sees your poll. For example, if you select, "Traffic to your site from a search engine" then your poll will only be shown to users who found you through Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc...
This will allow you to only show your poll to users from a certain country or countries. This is useful if you want to target your domestic or international customers.
This will allow you to poll customers who are using a specific device or browser. This is useful for debugging your user experience on certain platforms.
This allows you to restrict your poll to a specific set or subset of IP Addresses.
This allows you to show the poll to new visitors or returning visitors to your site. We determine new or returning visitors by using session storage.
This allows you to only show a poll after a user has visited a certain number of pages. This is useful if you only want to bother your customer with a survey after they have had some time to enjoy your website.