Culture

Hey De Blasio: Chick-fil-A Rated America's Fave Fast Food Restaurant

(AP Photo/The Tyler Morning Telegraph, Sarah A. Miller)

How’s that boycott going?

Chick-fil-A is the highest ranking fast food restaurant in the country for customer satisfaction, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index Restaurant Report 2016 released Tuesday.

The Georgia-based chicken chain took home the top spot by a wide margin with 87 points on a scale of 100.
The family-owned company has been expanding across the country and is currently in 43 states and Washington, D.C., and had more than $6 billion in sales last year.

At a time when restaurants are testing out new menu items in an effort to draw in more customers (kale, anyone?), Chick-fil-A has been sticking to its roots.

“They have a pretty limited selection of offerings and are really focused on chicken and chicken sandwiches,” said Forrest Morgeson, director of research at American Customer Satisfaction Index. “They focus on what they do best, and it does well.”

The unhinged boycott fetish left has been trying to damage Chick-fil-A via word of mouth for four years now and it has been nothing short of one of the most spectacular failures of all time. The reaction to the 2012 boycott by those who don’t need politics in their chicken was overwhelming. Most recently, New York’s commie mayor tried to plead with Manhattan residents to avoid eating at the restaurant, despite the past boycott failures. It was quickly apparent that Hizzoner was perhaps the only NYC resident not eating at Chick-fil-A, and the company soon opened at a second location.

Please, leftists, those of us who love Chick-fil-A encourage your continued efforts to hurt a great company. The closest one to me is about a mile away. With any luck and a few more calls for boycotts, I could get one built across the street.