Arizona is the perfect state to move to if you are looking for a happy and healthy lifestyle! In fact, it was ranked as the #7 state with the best well-being for 2016, according to a report by Gallup-Healthways.


This report examined well-being across the country and looked at how each of the individual states ranked in terms of its residents’ well-being. Five key elements were examined to determine the overall index score. These elements included Purpose (how happy residents were with what they did in their daily lives), Social (residents have supportive relationships and love in their life), Financial (residents feel financial security and low economic stress), Community (residents like where they live and feel safe), and Physical (residents are in good health) As part of the Gallup-Healthways State of American Well-Being series, the study looked at well-being across the nation and examined how well-being differed between the states.


To determine these results, 177,192 adults were polled via telephone by Gallup. They were given a 0 to 100 scale to measure their well-being within each of the elements.


Arizona was in the top half of the country for all five of the elements! It scored its highest in the areas of purpose and social well-being.


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Why not enjoy a feeling of well-being by living in the wonderful state of Arizona! Although there are many fantastic communities to settle down in, the Prescott area is truly the best. Residents enjoy a tight-knit community with year-round family-friendly events, great cultural and historic attractions, beautiful homes, and so much more. Plus, it is close to all the wonders of the Arizona natural landscape and the amenities of the Phoenix metropolitan area.  



If you are interested in moving to Prescott, give Joe Karcie a call today or visit his website at


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Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street

Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

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Source: Gallup-Healthways State of American Well-Being