2011년 3월 21일 월요일

Happiest States: 2010 List


Healthways Well-Being Index reveals which states are happiest. The index includes questions about six types of well-being, including overall evaluation of their lives, emotional health, physical health, healthy behaviors (such as whether a person smokes or exercises), and job satisfaction.
Click here to learn more about the survey and what it means. Also see Top 5 Keys to Happiness.
Here are the 50 U.S. states in order of their well-being scores, which are out of 100 points.
1.     Hawaii: 71.0
2.     Wyoming: 69.2
3.     North Dakota: 68.4
4.     Alaska: 68.3
5.     Colorado: 68.0
6.     Minnesota: 68.0
7.     South Dakota: 68.0
8.     Utah: 67.9
9.     Connecticut: 67.9
10.  Massachusetts: 67.8
11.  Nebraska: 67.8
12.  Maryland: 67.5
13.  Washington: 67.5
14.  Montana: 67.3
15.  Kansas: 67.2
16.  New Hampshire: 67.2
17.  Vermont: 67.1
18.  California: 67.0
19.  Iowa: 66.9
20.  Idaho: 66.9
21.  New Mexico: 66.7
22.  Virginia: 66.7
23.  Wisconsin: 66.7
24.  New Jersey: 66.6
25.  Maine: 66.4
26.  Illinois: 66.3
27.  Oregon: 66.3
28.  Texas: 66.3
29.  Arizona: 66.2
30.  Pennsylvania: 66.1
31.  Georgia: 66.1
32.  New York: 65.9
33.  Rhode Island: 65.7
34.  Missouri: 65.6
35.  South Carolina: 65.3
36.  North Carolina: 65.1
37.  Florida: 65.1
38.  Oklahoma: 64.9
39.  Indiana: 64.8
40.  Tennessee: 64.8
41.  Michigan: 64.6
42.  Louisiana: 64.3
43.  Delaware: 64.2
44.  Nevada: 64.2
45.  Ohio: 63.8
46.  Alabama: 63.7
47.  Arkansas: 63.7
48.  Mississippi: 63.0
49.  Kentucky: 61.9
50.  West Virginia: 61.7

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http://www.livescience.com/13107-happiest-states-2010-list.html



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