Meanwhile, McDonald's and Burger King tied at 65% for a significantly less-coveted spot on the ranking: last place. Three other chains -- Baskin Robbins (66%), KFC (68%), and Domino's (69%) -- also failed to earn a "good" rating based on the survey, according to a Temkin press release. In fact, Burger King's rating dropped by a whopping (no pun intended) eight points from 2015 to 2016.
And although they still received "good" ratings (at or above 70%), Sonic Drive-In (70%) and Dairy Queen (72%) also saw significant declines in their ratings over the last year -- minus 10% and minus 9%, respectively.
Temkin said Chick-fil-A's continued dominance on the ranking, despite tough competition, is "impressive." But it also makes a lot of sense, considering its performance in similar surveys over the last few years. All those crispy fried chicken sandwiches and waffle fries probably help, too.
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