In an article published by the smarty-pants over at WalletHub, Minnesota was determined to be the second happiest state in America -- second only to Utah. Things like financial well-being, physical & mental health, environment, social connections, outlook, jobs, volunteering, and sports participation were taken into consideration.
The number-crunchers at RoadSnacks.net are at it again, this time determining the most miserable cities in Minnesota (or if you turn the list upside down, the happiest places in the state). According to their data, the most miserable place in the state is Minneapolis. Mendota Heights is the happiest. Here's the rest:
The results are in, and Minnesota has been ranked as the second happiest state in the nation by the team at WalletHub -- which is absolutely no surprise us. Minnesota Nice = Minnesota Happy. Only Utah ranked high on the happy-scale.