Popeyes’ survey of its customers reveals ‘not a single single’ shopper who was dissatisfied with the way the food chain treats them

Popeyes has revealed its customers’ frustrations over its treatment of workers, with a survey revealing only “a single” shopper said they had been dissatisfied with how they were treated.

In the survey, which took place on January 10, Popeyes customers said they were satisfied with how the food business treats its staff, but not “on a scale of one to ten” that it should be.

“The majority of our customers are satisfied with their food service experience,” a Popeyes spokesperson told The Sunday Times.

“Our focus remains on improving our quality and our overall customer experience.”

A spokesperson for McDonald’s also told The Times the chain had “no comment” on the survey.

“We value our customer and work closely with them every day to provide quality service and products that meet their needs,” the spokesperson said.

“We continue to work closely to improve our customer experience and are confident that we will continue to be a great partner for our customers.”

The survey also revealed that the company was the only chain that was satisfied with the quality of the food it served, with 79 per cent of its customer surveyed saying they “exceeded expectations”.

Popeyes also confirmed that it had launched an online loyalty scheme, in which customers can earn points by sharing a video with friends or family members.

“Popeyes customers are able to earn points for sharing videos with friends and family members and we will be offering this as a new feature for our website and app soon,” a spokesperson said in a statement.

“With the introduction of our loyalty program, customers will have access to an array of rewards, including a voucher to purchase any item in the Popeyes menu that they choose from our extensive selection of high-quality items, including sandwiches, salads, wraps, sauces and more.”

Customers will also be able to redeem points through our loyalty cards for other products and services we offer.

“The data shows that the average Popeyes customer spent just over £2.33 per meal.

However, a further 38 per cent said they did not eat at all, with the average amount spent per person sitting at £8.57.

The spokesperson said the company had been working with its suppliers and suppliers of food and drink to create a better service.”

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While we continue to do all we can to ensure the safety and well being of our employees, we recognise that we do not always have the ability to ensure that our food is safe and nutritious.”

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Which presidential candidate is best for voters in swing states?

A new poll from The Associated Press and ABC News shows that a candidate with a solid economic record, strong social conservatism and a history of supporting the Affordable Care Act and immigration reform is the top choice of most voters in the swing states of Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

In fact, a whopping 81% of voters say Donald Trump is the best choice for the country, while only 39% say Hillary Clinton is.

Trump, by a 55%-31% margin, is the front-runner for the Republican nomination, with Ted Cruz trailing behind with 14%.

The AP/ABC poll, released Friday, surveyed 1,000 registered voters nationwide from Sept. 11 to Sept. 13.

The margin of error is plus or minus 4 percentage points.

The poll finds that the race in Michigan is a tight one.

In the first national poll conducted after Trump’s inflammatory speech in Phoenix, Trump won the state by 12 points, but Cruz won the statewide vote by 13 points.

Cruz has also pulled ahead in Michigan in recent days.

Ohio is in play, too.

In recent days, Trump has led in the state, but his lead has shrunk to 4 points, with Cruz ahead by 8 points.

Trump leads in the Buckeye State by 22 points, 54%-38%, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls.

Clinton leads by 33 points, 48%-43%.

The poll found that 61% of Ohio voters are white, while Trump is a far cry from his supporters in Florida.

Trump is seen as more of a white-nationalist candidate than he was before the Phoenix speech, but he still has support from white voters in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.

Clinton, by contrast, is seen more as a candidate of economic populism, the AP/AP poll found.

She has a nearly 50% approval rating among those who feel strongly about the economy.

In fact, she has an approval rating of just 38%, compared with a 58% disapproval rating among voters overall.

She also has a larger margin of approval than Trump among Republicans, according to The Associated