Cape Coral is the happiest city in Florida, but it isn’t among the happiest in the nation, according to a new report from WalletHub.
“WalletHub drew upon the various findings of positive-psychology research in order to determine which among more than 180 of the largest U.S. cities is home to the happiest people in America,” their website states. “We examined each city based on 31 key indicators of happiness, ranging from the depression rate to the income-growth rate to average leisure time spent per day.”
Fremont, California, is the happiest city in the country, with a total score of 73.66 and a rank of 1 out of 182 in “Emotional & Physical Well-Being” of its residents.
Cape Coral came in at No. 31 overall, the highest ranking in Florida. Its total score was 62.23, with an “Emotional & Physical Well-Being” ranking of 54, but a 4 for “Community & Environment.” It also scored a 52 on the “Income & Employment” scale.