How Happy is Arizona?!

According to Gallup the list of happiest places in America has ranked Arizona at Number 15 overall. Hawaii was ranked number 1. Overall Arizona has some of the happiest cities in America with Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Gilbert and Chandler making the list. Arizona is also ranked among the top places in America for retired people to live.

Living in Arizona is quite a unique experience because of the vastness that the state offers. From the Sonoran Desert in the south to the high country in the north all the way up towards the Four Corners east and the Grand Canyon in the west. Known as the Grand Canyon state, Arizona is diverse in many ways. The state tree is the Palo Verde, the state cactus is the Saguaro, the state bird is the Cactus wren. If you are thinking about moving to Arizona feel free to subscribe and check us out on our other channels.

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12 Replies to “How Happy is Arizona?!”

  1. Iā€™m actually shocked that New Jersey is not ranked in the top five worst,Most densely populated state some of the highest taxes in the nation,Complete lack of freedom when it comes to Liberties,Some of the rudest and then being soup ever walked this planet

  2. In Seattle nobody talks to each other, your a wierdo if you know your neighbors name. lol

    1. +infoguy1978 not as bad and the people are much more laid back than seattle, but most people that move from sunny climates typically move back. I think both seattle and portland are in the top five cloudiest cities in the country, and probably pretty high up there for the world.

    2. I could literally go on and on and on. I lived in portland for a few years to, and I would say vastly better city, but why deal with all that nasty rain, it just doesn’t make any sense.

    3. +infoguy1978 Literally everyone becomes recluses after a few years because the depressing weather. people weren’t meant to deal with the extreme lack of sunlight.

  3. Something strikes me – considering WV is the lowest at 57, and Hawaii has the highest wellbeing index at 64.6, I find the ‘spread’ to be incredibly tight, meaning, I would have expected a much larger difference, something like 40 to 80. This 61 year old wants to move to AZ and build an off grid house in the desert..lol.. so keep up the excellent videos !.. us older people enjoy you too šŸ™‚

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