The supremacy of a conservative Christian business continues.
Today is the age competitive corporate wakefulness. Businesses are seen engaging in a match to win the gold World Champion belt. It may also be appropriate to use a wrestling metaphor: Some people believe the Stretch Armstrong moves are just for show.
Or not, it doesn’t matter, because despite the chaos at mat level, a company with no apparent interest in social-justicing peers just won.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index published Tuesday its annual rankings. Chick-fil A takes the top prize in fast food.
In addition, all the other chicken restaurants were closed down by the franchise. That’s an even greater feat, given that Americans prefer full-service establishments to fast food joints.
In fact, according to ACSI, over the past year, consumers’ fast food satisfaction dropped by 2.6 percent. By contrast, full-service establishments maintained 2021’s score of 80.
Chick-fil A also retained its previous score: It holds the record for highest restaurant survey score at 83.
#ChickfilA continues to lead the industry – and all restaurants – for the 8th straight year with a steady score of 83 (out of 100).
Download our study to see how other fast food and full-service restaurants ranked in customer satisfaction: https://t.co/3udsQk6Ghb pic.twitter.com/XSvEQSbPEJ
— The ACSI (@theACSI) June 30, 2022
Other fast food favorites’ fate:
- Domino’s 78
- KFC 78
- Panera 77
- Pizza Hut 77
- Starbucks: 77
- Arby’s 76
- Five Guys 76
- Papa Johns 76
- Burger King 75
- Little Caesars 75
- Panda Express 75
- Subway 75
- Dairy Queen: 74
- Dunkin’ 74
- Sonic 74
- Wendy’s 73
- Jack in The Box 72
- Taco Bell 72
- Popeyes, 71
As for the lowest-ranking restaurant, that honor goes to McDonald’s. It earned a 68 — down three percent from the last poll.
To get back to my waking state, the following was what I saw last week
Businesses used to provide products and services to make money, but today these businesses are seen as ideologies that happen not to be non-profits.
Fast food’s no stranger to statements:
Burger King Austria made a Pride burger that’s either two tops or two bottoms… what in straight hell? pic.twitter.com/bSl3Cyiq9p
— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) June 3, 2022
Even so, Chick-fil-A’s the real whopper. And that’s notable, not only because the company hasn’t entered the Woke Olympics. If that were merely the case, one might deduce that people just want a company that offers excellent service and a superior product — which, no doubt, they do.
But consider the fact that Chick-fil-A is an out-and-proud Christian company: Its dining areas are piped with Christian music; its founder established Christian camps; the company’s made its faith no secret.
So either people so desire an excellent product, they’re undeterred by a lack of modern enlightenment…or America isn’t nearly as woke as Lyft thinks:
Your pronouns can be more than just words. They are a reflection about your true self. Drivers can now add their pronouns to the Lyft app. pic.twitter.com/3jAPqUEzGk
— Lyft (@lyft) November 1, 2021
The jury is out.
Fox News Digital received a statement from the chicken champ:
We are honored by the results of this survey and we are grateful to our customers for choosing Chick-fil-A – it’s truly our pleasure to serve them.”
Chickfil-A has more than 270,000 employees in its 2,700 restaurants. The recognition is an acknowledgement of the effort they make to provide great food and warm hospitality. Each day our Restaurant Team members strive to provide a welcoming environment for guests.
2022 marks Chick-fil-A’s eighth year in a row to mop the floor with the competition.
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