Looks like all those Cali folks are SUPER happy, personally I think its gotta be all the In-N-Out Burgers and animal style fries...
Anyways, a new study ranked the 150 biggest cities in the country from the happiest place to live to the saddest. The rankings are based on 30 factors including life satisfaction and emotional health scores . . . depression and suicide rates . . . disease rates . . . income . . . job satisfaction . . . the unemployment rate . . . commute times . . . and weather.
Based on all of that, the happiest city in the country is Fremont, California. Here are the rest of the top 10:
San Jose . . . Irvine, California . . . San Francisco . . . Sioux Falls, South Dakota . . . Huntington Beach, California . . . San Diego . . . Oakland . . . Santa Rosa, California . . . and Washington D.C.
The saddest city to live in? Detroit. Here are the rest of the 10 saddest:
Cleveland . . . Augusta, Georgia . . . Birmingham, Alabama . . . Toledo, Ohio . . . Columbus, Georgia . . . Mobile, Alabama . . . Shreveport, Louisiana . . . Fayetteville, North Carolina . . . and Newark, New Jersey.
Minneapolis and St. Paul were 24 and 25!
(Here's the full list of 150.)