Aloha Hawaii! Hawaiians had the highest well-being in the U.S for the last three consecutive years. In fact, Hawaii ranked the highest in the nationwide survey in emotional health (how likely a resident smiles or laughs everyday, or if they have a daily stress or worry) and in healthy behaviors (exercising, not smoking and eating healthily).
On the other hand, West Virginians had the lowest well-being last year. Check out the state of well-being in this infographic and learn more about its trend in different parts of the U.S.
- 61.4 percent of Hawaiians exercise frequently.
- The average temperature is between 75 and 85 degrees and people do lots of outdoor activities.
- 61.2 percents of Hawaiians frequently eat fresh produce.
- Hawaiians eat lots of fish and seafood (and sushi!)
- 90% of Hawaiians have health insurance!
- Hawaiians have the longest life in the United States (81.5 years)
- Hawaiians rank 49th in deaths by cancer and heart disease!
- Hawaii’s capital (Honolulu) is ranked the third safest city in the U.S.