I’ve been spending some time this morning playing with this infographic, released by the New York Times over the weekend, which shows the results of a Gallup poll in which 1,000 randomly selected American adults were called every day over the last three years, and asked questions like “Did you learn or do something interesting yesterday?” and “Is the city or area where you live getting better as a place to live?” Gallup then plugged those responses into an index called the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index -- it’s a pretty fun way to kill a few minutes. So how does D.C. stack up?
[Continue reading Aaron Morrissey’s post at DCist.com.]
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