Report: R.I. least happiest state in N.E.

RHODE ISLAND RANKED LAST in New England in a happiness study, ranking No. 33 in the nation. / COURTESY WALLETHUB
RHODE ISLAND RANKED LAST in New England in a happiness study, ranking No. 33 in the nation. / COURTESY WALLETHUB
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island ranked No. 33 in the nation, last in New England, in a happiness report released by WalletHub Monday. The study – titled 2017's Happiest States in America – considered three dimensions, emotional and physical well-being, work environment, and community and environment, comprised of a combined 28 metrics. Rhode Island ranked No.…

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  1. Why do we always compare against other New England States? Why not compare with the leaders so that we know just who they are and just how far behind we are. Comparing to regional neighbors just highlights the nature of being in New England. After all, we compete with all 50 states not just New England.