8/24/2011

The latest Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index puts Hawaii and North Dakota at the top of its list of happiest states, while West Virginia is in last place, a spot it has occupied for several years. The index, based on surveys of more than 177,000 U.S. adults earlier this year, looks at emotional health, work environment, healthy behaviors, physical health and access to basic necessities.

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