Kansas lands at 32 in 'Happiest State' study

(WIBW) -- A new study finds Kansans could be happier.

It ranked the happiness of all 50 states, Kansas landed in the bottom half, at No. 32.

The study, compiled by Wallethub, measured 31 different aspects of life, like safety, depression rates, sleep patterns, and work factors. Then they ranked the states in three different categories: Emotional and physical well-being, work environment, and community/environment.

Kansas ranked 29th, 30th, and 38th in each category, respectively.

Hawaii topped the list, with Utah, Minnesota, California, and New Jersey rounding out the top five.

The bottom five consisted of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alaska, Arkansas, and West Virginia at No. 50.