Each state in the U.S. is unique in its own special way, but some might offer a better quality of life than others, statistically speaking.
This list, created based on a U.S. News study, ranks the 12 best states based on health care, education, economy, infrastructure, opportunity, fiscal stability, crime & corrections and the natural environment.
The number one spot should come as no shocker, as it was ranked best state for the second year in a row.
4. New Hampshire
States ranked at the bottom of the list include Oklahoma, Arkansas, Alaska, Alabama, West Virginia, New Mexico and Mississippi, with Lousianna taking the last place.