The Well-Being of Every State From Best to Worst, According to New Study

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6. California
> Overall well-being score: 66.85
> Median household income: $80,440 — 5th highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 3.3% — 2nd lowest
> Adult obesity rate: 23.6 — 2nd lowest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 155.61 — 22nd lowest (total: 61,555)

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7. Connecticut
> Overall well-being score: 66.42
> Median household income: $78,833 — 6th highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 4.3% — 9th lowest
> Adult obesity rate: 25.8 — 8th lowest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 229.63 — 7th highest (total: 8,204)

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8. Washington
> Overall well-being score: 65.08
> Median household income: $78,687 — 7th highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 5.5% — 19th lowest
> Adult obesity rate: 27.8 — 15th lowest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 75.28 — 7th lowest (total: 5,673)

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9. Colorado
> Overall well-being score: 64.95
> Median household income: $77,127 — 9th highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 5.5% — 18th lowest
> Adult obesity rate: 21.8 — the lowest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 113.63 — 9th lowest (total: 6,472)

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10. Utah
> Overall well-being score: 64.59
> Median household income: $75,780 — 11th highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 5.8% — 24th lowest
> Adult obesity rate: 25.9 — 9th lowest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 71.97 — 6th lowest (total: 2,275)