Are you happy?
According to a new national poll released by Gallup-Healthways, Ohio was in the bottom 10 when it comes to happiest states in 2013.
The poll involved 178,000 interviews with adults from all states on topics like emotional health, work environment and financial security, according to Gallup.
The happiest state was North Dakota with a 70.4 well-being score. Next was South Dakota with 70 and Nebraska with 69.7.
Ohio, however, was among the bottom 10 happiest states in 2013 with a score of 64.2. Only below Ohio were Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama and finally West Virginia, which was at the bottom of the list with a score of 61.4.
A perfect 100 represents the ideal well-being.
For more on this poll, click here.