Hawaii edges out Wyoming and Alaska for top honors
West Virginians report lowest wellbeing for the 10th straight year
Hawaii and Colorado only states in top 10 every year since 2008
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Hawaii residents reported the highest wellbeing in the U.S. in 2018, reaching the top spot for the seventh time since Gallup began tracking wellbeing in 2008. Hawaii and Colorado have ranked among the top 10 states in wellbeing for the 11th consecutive year, the only two states to do so. West Virginia residents reported the lowest wellbeing for the 10th straight year.