After analyzing the results, they found that Minnesota and South Dakota were the No. 1 and No. 2 happiest states in America, respectively. Both locations had high rankings across each category evaluated.
What about Georgia?
It fell to the bottom of the pack at No. 41, overall. Take a look at the findings for the Peach State below.
Overall score: 38.7 (out of 100)
Health rank: 42
Lifestyle rank: 33
Economic stability rank: 45
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Overall, the Midwest and Mountain regions, such as North Dakota, and Colorado, have the happiest people. On the other hand, the South and East Coast have a lower baseline happiness, the analysts said.
Want to know how other areas fared? Take a look at the top 10 and bottom 10 happiest states below.
10 happiest states in America
2. South Dakota
5. North Dakota
9. New Hampshire
10 unhappiest states in America
48. West Virgina
49. Rhode Island
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