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Thanet District Council are officially disliked

Thanet District Council officially has one of the lowest satisfaction ratings in the UK according to one report.

In all of Britain only 17 councils were rated lower. Just 33.6% of those interviewed could say that they were at least fairly satisfied with the local council. Compare this with the top three

Wandsworth Borough Council - 75.3
City of London - 72.7
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea - 72.2

So while Tamworth Borough Council (32.8%), Torbay Council (30.2%) and Northampton Borough Council (26.8%) might be even worse on the crap-o-meter that is still a fairly useless score.

At least we managed 26 from bottom on "nice place to live" which Newham London Borough managed to scoop the last place on. Sucks to be them - maybe our bloggers need to take a holiday there so that Thanet seems bright and nice when we get back... or not...

So Thanet is officially slightly less crap than Newham London Borough and has a council which is about as useless as Bristol City Council - tell us something we don't know.

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