Aggregated data from July to September 2011 and January to March 2012, also show that 79% of patients rate their overall experience of making an appointment as good.
The poll also found that 93% of patients have some level of confidence and trust in the last GP they saw, and 81% are satisfied with their surgery opening hours.
While just 64% of people with a long-term condition feel they have enough support from local services to manage their condition, 90% rate their overall experience of their GP surgery as good.
A total of 71% of patients describe their experience of out-of-hours GP services as good, but 14% rated the service as poor.
Overall satisfaction with general practice is virtually unchanged from data for January to March 2011, which showed that 89% of patients rated general practice as good.