A group of Harvard researchers has named Charlottesville the “happiest city” in the country- July 2014.
According to the Harvard Gazette, the researchers used a life satisfaction survey and looked at health data to rank the locations. Charlottesville led the list, followed by Rochester, Minn., Lafayette, La., and Naples, Fla. The cities ranked “unhappiest” included Scranton, Penn., and Detroit.
CHARLES COMMENT: Personally, I made the move to Charlottesville to find the quality of life we all deserve. After extensive research, I found Charlottesville. Moving my family here was one of the best decisions of my life.
Here are a few quotes:
“Charlottesville is such a unique place, especially for food,”
“Charlottesville really supports local,”
“I am totally 100 percent happier here, It’s beautiful. It’s picturesque. People are friendly. People are just so pleasant to meet.”
Here is the full link to read more: http://www.newsplex.com/home/headlines/Charlottesville-Named-Happiest-City-in-the-Nation-268213342.html