Happiness is not just an individual attribute; it applies to populations and varies by location. In prior issues, we’ve demonstrated that the United States is easily the happiest large country in the world. We’ll examine new research that examines the variability of American happiness and answers questions like: What do we mean by “happiness,” anyway? Which states and cities are the most and least happy? What factors contribute most to our happiness assessment? What are the practical implications?
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