Where are the Happiest People in America?

In: Culture Employment Interactive Maps Source: NYT

7 Mar 2011

Gallup surveyed Americans on 20 different quality of life indicators (stress, depression, health problems, job satisfaction, exercise, etc), and the New York Times threw them all on a map for contemplation. Below is the composite “Well-Being index”. Thanks to Allison Stanfill for the link! (related article)


Gallup’s website compares the indicators over time:

A similar Gallup index of “US Satisfaction”  was also recently visualized by Good:

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