Americans Most Satisfied in Cold Northern States, Least Satisfied in Nevada

Although they may more often be inconvenienced by snowy weather, more Americans tend to say they are satisfied with their standard of living in cold northern states—including North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Alaska—than in other regions, according to a new Gallup poll.

While residents in former Gov. Sarah Palin’s Alaska registered one of the highest rates of satisfaction with their standard of living, residents in Nevada, which is represented in the Senate by Majority Leader Harry Reid, registered the lowest rate of satisfaction out of all 50 states.

Over the course of 2009, Gallup asked more than 350,000 Americans across all 50 states this question: “Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with your standard of living, all the things you can buy and do?” A higher percentage of residents in northern states tended to say they were satisfied, with five of the Top 10 states bordering on Canada.

Read the whole story at http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/61288

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One response to “Americans Most Satisfied in Cold Northern States, Least Satisfied in Nevada

  1. Hey, if you don’t like it up north, you leave. That only leaves those of us that like it here. All of the hard to please folks are down south.

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