USA Today is reporting that Amazon is now the superior retailer in terms of quality, but Amazon still has more product than Walmart, and that the company still has a strong reputation for product quality.

The report is based on a survey of 1,100 Walmart employees conducted last month by the firm.

In terms of Walmart’s quality, Walmart scored a perfect score of 92 out of 100, with a score of 98 for its ability to supply the same or better quality of products than Amazon.

The survey found that the average employee said that Walmart is the better retailer, while an average employee from Walmart’s retail division also rated Walmart as the superior store.

Amazon scored a 90 out of 10 on the survey, with an average score of 93.

Amazon also scored a 97 on the satisfaction survey, the highest score of any retailer in the survey.

Overall, Walmart employees said they felt that Amazon was more trustworthy, more dependable, and more responsive to their needs.

They said Amazon is a better option than Walmart because they have the ability to take advantage of its more advanced product offerings, like its Prime membership program, its e-commerce services, and its delivery services.

The Amazon score was the lowest of any of the retailer scores.

The score was also the lowest from any retailer.

Walmart’s score is higher than that of other major retailers like Target, Amazon, and Best Buy, which all scored 100.

Walmart is a much bigger retailer than Amazon, with more than 40,000 locations nationwide, and about 1,500 employees, including warehouse managers, salespeople, and other staff.

The company has a retail store in about 3,000 stores, compared to Amazon’s about 1.5 million stores.