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The Happiest Cities in the U.S.

by Ryan Shell

Think about great cities in the United States.

Places such as New York, San Francisco, Atlanta and Austin may have come to mind.

But are people in these “popular” cities happy? Sure, folks that live in these places are happy, but are they living in the happiest cities in the United States? Nope. Not even close.

According to new research done by Harvard University and the University of British Columbia, the five happiest cities are all in one state. And that state is Louisiana.

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The five happiest cities in the United States are:

  • Lafayette
  • Houma
  • Shreveport-Bossier City
  • Baton Rouge
  • Alexandria.

On the flip side, New York City was listed as one of the unhappiest cities.

Congratulations Louisiana, it seems you have this happiness thing figured out. No matter where you live, if you’re proud to call it home, The Home T is the perfect way to show your state pride.

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