The American Customer Satisfaction Index has released its satisfaction scores for May 2011. The ACSI scores represent the percentage of Americans satisfied with a particular good, service, or industry. This version covers computer software, fixed-line telephone service, motion pictures, network/cable TV news, newspapers, subscription television service, wireless telephone service, and cellular telephones. Among the interesting numbers: Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and Charter Communications score about 10% worse than subscription television services like DirecTV, AT&T’s U-Verse, and DishNetwork. Among the wireless telephone services, Verizon and Sprint come out on top, with AT&T bringing up the rear.