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# Satisfaction

This year
# Satisfaction
Sheffield United striker happy to dump 'disrespectful' Wrexham out of FA Cup
The Blades needed two injury-time goals to get past the Hollywood-owned National League club.
All time
# Satisfaction
'It'll be good to rub that one in their faces' - McTominay on derby win
The midfielder netted United’s second of the afternoon and he cannot wait to remind a few City-supporting friends of the result.
# Satisfaction
So what brands are Irish customers having the best experience with?
There are some surprises to be found in the results of the second annual Irish Customer Experience Survey. But fans of Irish Water might want to avert their eyes.
# soothe me
12 images that certain people will find incredibly satisfying
Are you one of them?
# Satisfaction
Irish people say what they really think about civil servants
There seems to be a disparity between people’s experiences and what they feel.
# Satisfaction
Penney pays tribute to Thomond Park crowd as Munster deliver from 1 to 23
The Kiwi head coach says this afternoon’s performance ‘absolutely’ ranks as one of the finest during his time with Munster.
# Popular
Fine Gael tops latest poll as Taoiseach sees jump in satisfaction levels
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore also saw an increase in satisfaction levels though his party received just ten per cent of the first preference vote.
# Popular
Joan Burton and Michael Noonan are the most popular ministers
Fine Gael jumped four points in the poll with 30 per cent of people saying the would vote for the party if there was an election tomorrow.
# worst in show
The 10 developed countries with the worst quality of life
Income, housing, jobs, education – these are the 10 countries that fared the worst in the OECD’s survey of quality of life.
# Communication
Just 5 per cent of people don't own TVs - survey
That is according to a new survey from Comreg, which also found that 75 per cent of those asked said they own a laptop.
# Satisfaction
SMEs remain broadly dissatisfied with Government performance - survey
The latest ISME survey of its members shows a slight improvement in satisfaction, but still wide antipathy.
# Satisfaction
Report: McGeady provides the spark as Ireland ensure fond farewell before Euro 2012
The winger made a huge impact on the friendly encounter and Richard Dunne was once again immense at the back.