4/23/2012

Married adults reported the highest levels of well-being at 68.8%, followed by singles at 65% and those who are widowed at 63.5%, according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. Separated adults had the lowest ratings at 55.9%. Gallop officials said differences based on marital status were some of the largest among the demographic subgroups it studies.

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