The latest findings, by independent research company ICM Unlimited, have also encouragingly shown 91% of respondents agree people from different ethnic backgrounds get on well together and respect each other's differences.
The 2014 residents’ survey showed 76% of people taking part felt the council is doing a good job, while 74% were satisfied with the way the council runs things.
Satisfaction appears high across a number of services, with 89% satisfied with street lighting, and 86% happy with refuse collection and 83% with parks and open spaces.
However, 21% said they were most concerned about traffic congestion and litter, 20% expressed a lack of affordable housing, and 34% of residents thought litter was a problem in their area.
The survey was carried out between October and November 2014 with a cross section of more than 2,300 people questioned in the borough
More than 300 young people aged 11–17 were also interviewed and results concluded 29% of young people were concerned there was not enough being done for them, 27% were concerned with dirt in streets and 18% were worried about crime, including anti-social behaviour and terrorism.
Despite this, 90% of young people said they were satisfied with their area as a place to live.
Councillor Julian Bell, leader of the council, said: “The results are a real credit to council staff who have managed to keep up their high standards of service for residents while battling with massive reductions to their budgets.”