Dubliners see health services, housing and unemployment as top issues
A new survey has found that 95% of Dubliners say they are satisfied with life in their city.
This puts Dublin in joint second place - along with Vienna and Stockholm - among EU capital cities for life satisfaction.
The Eurobarometer poll results show that only residents of Helsinki (96%) are more satisfied with their capital city than Dubliners.
On the other hand, people in the Greek capital Athens are the least satisfied at 60%.
Dubliners are also happy with education facilities - in first place with an 83% satisfaction level.
Dublin is in joint 3rd place for satisfaction with retail, 12th place for satisfaction with public transport, 17th place for satisfaction with health care - and 46% of Dubliners agreed it is easy to find a job.
Dubliners were also very positive about the presence of foreigners in the city, with 89% agreeing they were good for the capital.
But when asked if they felt safe in their city, 26% of Dubliners disagreed - compared to only 5% of respondents from Copenhagen and 62% from Athens.
And 76% of Dubliners say they are satisfied with the financial situation of their household, 9th highest behind Stockholm.