Hawaii had the highest well-being index in the nation in 2009, with a record-breaking score of 70.2.
The Gallup Well-Being Index is calculated on a scale of 0 to 100, where a score of 100 would represent ideal well-being, across six sub-indexes:
- Life evaluation,
- Emotional health,
- Work environment,
- Physical health,
- Healthy behaviors,
- Access to basic necessities.
For detailed information on this poll, Well-Being: Hawaii Tops Utah for Nationâ€™s BestÂ â†’
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