- 21-25% of residents were unhappy with these state, according to Gallup survey
- Among the happiest were those in Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and Texas
- One Reddit forum poster said CT and RI had an ‘inferiority complex’
If you live in Illinois, Connecticut or Rhode Island, the chances are you know someone who is not happy. Not happy at all.
Around a quarter of the population living in these regions have described them each as the ‘worst possible state to live in’, according to a Gallup survey.
The map data doesn’t explain the nature of the residents’ grievances.
Around a quarter of Illinois, Connecticut and Rhode Island residents described their state as the worst possible one to live in, according to a Gallup survey
‘Worst possible US states to live in’
- Illinois (21-25% population said)
- Connecticut (21-25%)
- Rhode Island (21-25%)
- Louisiana (17-20%)
- Mississippi (17-20%)
[Note: For reasons unknown, there was no data available for Montana. MailOnline has contacted Gallup for comment…]
… and where the most satisfied live
- North Dakota
- New Hampshire