For the sixth year, consulting firm Gallup, in conjunction with well-being improvement leader Healthways, have released their analysis of well-being across the United States.
The findings are based on the Gallup-Healthways Well-Bring Index, which examines Americans' perceptions on topics including the following:
*Physical & emotional health
*Social & community factors
*Access to necessities such as food, healthcare & shelter
West Virginia was in last place in 2012, and is still at #50 this year.
CLICK THROUGH our slideshow to see how Florida scored in well-being!
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