According to WalletHub, Maryland ranks second and Virginia ranks eleventh in their annual 'Happiest States in America' list.
The study looked at all 50 states across 30 key metrics - including depression rate, share of adults feeling productive, income growth and unemployment rate.
Maryland came in number two with an overall ranking of 62.60. The state scored fifth in ‘Emotional & Physical Well-Being,’ fourth in 'Community & Environment,' and near the middle of the group for 'Work Environment' rankings.
Virginia came in number 11 with a total score of 57.84. They scored ninth in 'Emotional & Physical Well-Being,' 27 in 'Community & Environment,' and 20 for 'Work Environment' rankings.
Hawaii topped the list. Minnesota, Utah and New Jersey rounded out the top five.
Coming in last out of all 50 states - West Virginia, with a total score of 33.83.
Washington, D.C. was not included in the study.
You can see the full list and read the study's methodology online.