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Best & Worst States for Older Adults' Well-Being: The Full List
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A new poll shows how older Americans fare in terms of their well-being in all 50 states.

According to the poll, from Gallup-Healthways, older adults living in Hawaii have the best well-being, with an average score of 67 out of 100 on the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index in 2015.

Gallup-Healthways calculated this well-being score based on participants' answers to questions about different aspects of well-being, including how they rated their sense of purpose, social relationships, financial lives, community involvement and physical health.

Here's the full list of state rankings according to the well-being score of residents ages 55 and older. Rankings are from highest to lowest.

1. Hawaii 67.0

2. Arizona 65.2

3. New Hampshire 65.2

4. North Dakota 65.2

5. Colorado 65.1

6. Alaska 64.9

7. Minnesota 64.9

8. Wisconsin 64.9

9. Iowa 64.7

10. South Dakota 64.7

11. Florida 64.5

12. Oregon 64.3

13. Montana 64.2

14. Nebraska 64.0

15. Rhode Island 63.9

16. South Carolina 63.9

17. Idaho 63.9

18. Pennsylvania 63.9

19. Connecticut 63.9

20. Maine 63.8

21. Utah 63.8

22. North Carolina 63.8

23. Mississippi 63.8

24. California 63.7

25. Virginia 63.7

26. Washington 63.7

27. Texas 63.7

28. New Mexico 63.6

29. Kansas 63.6

30. Delaware 63.6

31. Nevada 63.6

32. Massachusetts 63.6

33. Wyoming 63.5

34. Michigan 63.5

35. Maryland 63.4

36. Louisiana 63.3

37. Alabama 63.2

38. Illinois 63.2

39. New York 63.0

40. Tennessee 63.0

41. New Jersey 62.9

42. Arkansas 62.9

43. Missouri 62.9

44. Georgia 62.9

45. Vermont 62.7

46. Indiana 62.7

47. Ohio62.5

48. Oklahoma 62.0

49. Kentucky 61.2

50. West Virginia 59.9

Original article on Live Science.