The survey sets out to record just what people who live in the borough think about the services they receive, their local environment and a range of other important issues such as crime, jobs and council tax and compares this with the results from the Annual Survey of Londoners.
This year, 86% of Kensington & Chelsea residents said they were satisfied with the way the council was run - the highest satisfaction rating it has ever received since the survey began in 2007, and compares with just 70% of Londoners.
An even higher 95% thought the borough was a good place to live in.
But the survey showed a lack of affordable housing, traffic congestion and litter on the streets continue to be the key concerns for people who live in the borough.
The council continues to perform well compared to London as a whole with Kensington & Chelsea residents more satisfied with services such as street cleaning, street lighting, policing and repair of roads and pavements.
They are also more positive about the council doing a good job, being efficient and well-run and providing value for money than other Londoners.
The survey also showed residents feel they are included by the council in decision making, that staff are friendly and polite, and that the authority is doing a good job.
Concern about crime continues to decline and is much less than in London generally. Concern about lack of jobs, not enough being done for young people, and the level of council tax also declined this year but there was an increase in concern about the number of homeless people.
However, there was increased concern that the council is difficult to get through to on the phone.
Commenting on the survey, council leader Nick Paget-Brown said: “I am very pleased to read that, despite the enormous financial challenges we have faced, so many residents think we’re doing a good job for them.
“This reflects well on all the hard-working officers who deliver consistently good services to our residents.
“While such complimentary figures do provide a warm glow I know we must continue to work very hard indeed to make sure our high standards are maintained. And we must also look carefully at those areas where residents say they are not happy and see where we can improve.”