Hawaii tops 2011 well-being survey; West Virginia comes in last

02/27/2012 | USA Today

Hawaii is the top state in the Gallup-Healthways Well-being Index for 2011, which looks at health, happiness, job satisfaction and other quality-of-life issues. West Virginia ranked last in the report, which is based on phone surveys of 1,000 people daily for 350 days.

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