Gallop released their national poll yesterday on the well-being of all states in the United States.
Tragically, we did not come in first place, but Maine did a pretty decent job.
Maine placed 15th overall in Gallup’s results… but the bigger news is that we’re one of a handful of states that got happier this year.
Since 2008 we’ve mostly been in the low-to-mid 20s, but since 2010 we’ve jumped 10 places.
The poll was based on six indexes: life evaluation, emotional health, work environment, physical health, healthy behaviors, and access to basic necessities. Here’s how we did in those categories:
Third in work environment. Are you surprised?
For the full results of the Gallup Poll, visit their State of the States report.