Which country has the best government service?

It’s no secret that the United States is a government run nation, with the U.S. Congress and the White House running it as they see fit.

In fact, the average person in the U, U.K., Canada, Germany and Japan would say the same thing, according to a new Pew Research Center poll.

But are the U: the most efficient, the best at what it does?

According to the poll, the answer is: Yes, but only in the short term.

According to the survey, the U is rated as the most productive, most efficient country in the world, with about 70 percent of people saying it has the “best government service.”

However, the poll found that the U was rated the least efficient, with only about 45 percent of respondents saying they were satisfied with their government service.

Meanwhile, in Europe, the European Union has consistently ranked among the top three most efficient countries in the OECD, with an average of 82 percent of citizens saying they are satisfied with the way the EU operates.

In the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain, the top five most efficient nations in the group, respectively, are all in Europe.

In the U.-U.K. relationship, the UnitedKingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UKNI) and the UnitedKorea of the Republic of Korea (UKKorea) have an average rating of 73 percent, and the UK and the U have an overall average of 75 percent.

In Germany, Germany’s three most important countries, the country is rated 78 percent.

The U.k. has been rated the best in the entire world at running the most effective government services, with more than 70 percent saying they would recommend the government service to others, according the poll.

The U.s. comes in second at 72 percent, while the U Kingdom is ranked seventh at 71 percent.

The highest level of satisfaction with the government services of the U U.ks. is with the UKNI, with 65 percent saying the service is very or very good.

The best service of all is that of the EU.

The EU has an average score of 81 percent.

In addition to the top countries, there are also smaller countries that score very high in the survey.

Japan, Finland and Sweden have an annual average of 70 percent satisfaction, and Iceland is the only country in Europe that has an overall satisfaction rating of 50 percent.

“The U.”s overall satisfaction score is about the same as that of Germany.

The European Union is rated by more than 80 percent of the respondents, while its overall score is only 17 percent.

Overall satisfaction is not a good indicator of how people feel about a country’s economy, since it is based on the perceptions of a country, rather than on what people actually do.

However, it is not as bad as it looks at the individual countries.

A plurality of people in the UnitedS.

rated the U as a very good country, with a rating of 88 percent.

Similarly, in Germany, the German people are rated as very or great, with 77 percent saying that they would rate the U favorably.

In Spain, satisfaction with Spain is highest in Catalonia, with 76 percent saying it is very good, followed by Catalonia’s capital, Barcelona.

In a few other countries, such as Italy and France, the survey found that a high level of public dissatisfaction is a significant indicator of whether people would recommend a government service or not.

In France, for example, over 80 percent said they would never recommend a public service.

That is, in France, there is a higher percentage of people who would never suggest a public-sector job.

In Italy, the percentage of Italians saying they do not recommend a job is higher than in other European countries, with over 85 percent saying their job is not relevant to their lives.

In France, however, over 75 percent of Italians would never say they would not recommend their public-service jobs.

In Germany, satisfaction levels are similar to those of other European Union countries, and it is the same for France, with 82 percent saying public service is not important to their life.

In Sweden, the satisfaction level is higher in rural areas, with 80 percent saying service is relevant.

In Spain, there has been a trend toward a decrease in satisfaction levels over the past few years.

But it is important to note that satisfaction is a function of how much people have experienced the benefits of the country’s services, and there is also a general decrease in the level of dissatisfaction, the researchers noted.