According to a Harris Poll taken in October of 2015, only a third of Americans say they are truly happy. That’s too bad, considering that Americans – especially folks in Pennsylvania – don’t really have it too bad, in the grand scheme of things.
So, we were curious – which Pennsylvania cities might be the happiest. We’re about to find out, using science and data.
After analyzing the largest cities, we present the Happiest Cities In Pennsylvania:
Married rate: 6th highest in PA
It wasn’t even close. Wyomissing is by far the happiest place in the state of Pennsylvania. Let’s see why.
First off, having a solid family life is a good indication of how happy someone is. Lots of the residents of Wyomissing aren’t missing out on love; more than 60% of them are married. Plus, the average commute time here is only about 19 minutes each way. That means a lot more time with the spouse and kids.
Wyomissing is also the 9th safest place to live, and it’s 16th in the state for number of sunny days.
Wyomissing is a borough just outside of Reading. Did you know Taylor Swift grew up here? She’s always in a good mood, right?
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