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

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16. New Hampshire
> Overall well-being score: 60.65
> Median household income: $77,933 — 8th highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 5.0% — 15th lowest
> Adult obesity rate: 27.9 — 17th lowest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 98.79 — 8th lowest (total: 1,340)

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17. Pennsylvania
> Overall well-being score: 60.52
> Median household income: $63,463 — 23rd highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 4.6% — 11th lowest
> Adult obesity rate: 30.3 — 25th highest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 210.24 — 11th highest (total: 26,925)

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18. Nebraska
> Overall well-being score: 60.24
> Median household income: $63,229 — 25th highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 5.6% — 23rd lowest
> Adult obesity rate: 32.2 — 16th highest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 116.31 — 10th lowest (total: 2,244)

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19. Delaware
> Overall well-being score: 60.19
> Median household income: $70,176 — 16th highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 4.7% — 12th lowest
> Adult obesity rate: 30.9 — 24th highest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 170.81 — 25th lowest (total: 1,652)

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20. North Dakota
> Overall well-being score: 59.52
> Median household income: $64,577 — 20th highest
> Pop that is low income and does not live close to a grocery store: 7.0% — 19th highest
> Adult obesity rate: 32.7 — 13th highest
> COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 as of May 25: 198.27 — 14th highest (total: 1,507)