HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaii residents continue to set the national standard in well-being.
That's according to a new Gallup study that examines American's emotional health, work environment, physical health and access to basic necessities.
According to the report, Hawaii has a well-being index score of 71.1.
The national average is 66.4.
Southern states continue to struggle with low well-being.
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