Americans hate the federal government now more than ever

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If you have to deal with the federal government — be it the seemingly innocuous Social Security Administration or the eternally-despised Treasury Department, home to the IRS — prepare to be even more annoyed than in the past.

According to a report released Tuesday by the American Customer Satisfaction Index, our satisfaction with the federal government has hit an all-time low (at least since the company began collecting data for this index in 2007). The federal government now scores a 64.4 out of 100 in terms of satisfaction (the average across all industries is 75 out 100). This is the lowest score across the 40 different industries – including industries like airlines, cable companies and others — that the ACSI measures, with the exception of Internet service providers.

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1 thought on “Americans hate the federal government now more than ever”

  1. The problem is that the “civil” servants have way too much power over everyone’s lives.

    In the coming year the same people will be extracting large amounts of money in the way of fines for inadequate health care.
    Those people have been given a license to steal from people’s wallets by the Congress and the President.
    That means people will lose their homes because of these same “civil” servants.
    Congress put a deadline of February 2015 to get insured properly. Most people think it is way later than that. So in accordance with the law they will fine people 2% of their gross income or $180, which ever happens to be more in 2016. You have to have it fixed by February of this year.

    I think you are going to see civil war against this government over this. I think anyone in office right now will be cast out at the next election because of this law that a Democrat Congress put in.
    It is time for the Congress to get real. It is time for them to lose the appearance of being thieves.
    I suggest that Obamacare needs to be repealed by the US Congress now.

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