Hawaii again takes top spot in Gallup's US well-being poll
This is the sixth time the state has taken the No. 1 spot, a poll record.
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The poll was conducted throughout 2016 and involved 177,000 participants.
They were asked questions about their sense of community, social lives, financial matters, sense of purpose and physical health.
States reporting the lowest levels of well-being are -- from 48th to 50th -- Oklahoma, Kentucky, and West Virginia.