Mar 10, 2011
Do you live in a “happy” state? And just what would that mean, anyway?
To find out, the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index conducted a survey of a random sample of 352,840 adults over 2010.
The Index looked at six categories of well-being, including life evaluation (self-evaluation about your present life situation and anticipated one in five years), emotional health, work environment (such as job satisfaction), physical health, healthy behavior, and basic access (access to health care, a doctor, a safe place to exercise and walk, as well as community satisfaction), according to a report yesterday from LiveScience.
The happiest state?