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Alaskan Residents Are the Happiest in the Country

For the first time, Alaska has been named the happiest state in the U.S.A. The annual Gallup-Healthways research ranks five factors (based on more than 176,000 interviews) to measure the overall mindset of states’ citizens: Financial, social, community, purpose and physical. List mainstays Hawaii (No. 2) and Colorado (No. 7) are the only two states to crack the top-10 all seven years that the list has been created. Faced with a number of environmental issues, West Virginia finished in last place. You can go here to see the full list and where your state stacks up …

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