A three year study by Gallup-Healthways offers some insight into the nature of happiness.

The first U.S. residents' health and well-being assessment – the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index have published their results after a three-year study.  Interviewing one-thousand US citizens every day on their physical health, emotional health, healthy behavior and work environment, the 2010 data suggests that men are in fact, happier than women and that the ‘golden years' are exactly that – with the elderly statistically happier than the middle-aged.

The New York Times pushed Gallup-Healthways to identify the ‘face' of the happiest person within the United States based on their research.  Reporting;

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