Results for - Colors, and how they affect us

2,002 voters participated in this survey

1. Colors are considered conveying certain "emotions," they are used in different ways in different cultures. Please check the ones you are familiar with:

White is the color of weddings in Western cultures, and the color of funerals in Eastern cultures.
64%
1,275 votes
Red is the color of good luck in China, the color of purity in India, and the color of excitement in Western cultures.
42%
845 votes
Red is also the color of mourning for some African cultures and represents the earth in Aboriginal cultures
10%
196 votes
Pink is *now* the color for little girls and blue for little boys in Western culture, but at one time these were reversed
47%
940 votes
Orange is the color for happiness in Eastern cultures, and pale orange is a sacred color for Hindus
19%
375 votes
Other (please specify)
8%
152 votes

2. In many hotter countries, the choice of colors for homes are often pastels. Have you noticed any differences in locales within your own country?

Yes
27%
531 votes
No
52%
1,032 votes
Undecided
11%
212 votes
Not Applicable
11%
227 votes

3. Do you use colors to try to create moods in your home?

Yes
42%
832 votes
No
37%
748 votes
Undecided
10%
203 votes
Not Applicable
11%
219 votes

4. Have you noticed the colors that certain businesses use to apparently try to influence your thoughts about them?

Yes
50%
1,007 votes
No
32%
634 votes
Undecided
18%
361 votes
07/29/2015 Living 2002 20 By: susand24224

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