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State of Ohio Well-Being
Ranking from data collected January 2, 2010 – December 30, 2010 Result 2009 2010 2009 Rank 2010
1 HI 2 WY 3 ND 4 AK 5 CO 6 MN 7 SD 8 UT 9 CT 10 NE 11 MA 12 WA 13 MD 14 MT 15 NH 16 KS 17 VT 18 CA 19 IA 20 ID 21 VA

Well-Being Overall
Life Evaluation Emotional Health Physical Health Healthy Behavior Work Environment Basic Access

64.0
44.0 77.0 75.5 59.0 47.1 81.5

63.8
44.1 77.2 75.1 60.4 44.9 81.2

47
45 46 38 46 42 30

45
48 46 41 43 44 32

2010 WELL-BEING STATE RANKING

*#1 is the top Rank and 50 the bottom *#0 is the bottom Result and 100 the top (see methodology for descriptions) *Source: Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index Survey 2010, n = 352,840 and 2009, n = 353,849

22 WI 23 NM 24 NJ 25 ME 26 IL 27 TX 28 OR 29 AZ 30 PA 31 GA 32 NY 33 RI 34 MO 35 SC 36 NC 37 FL 38 OK 39 IN 40 TN 41 MI 42 LA 43 NV 44 DE 45 OH 46 AL 47 AR 48 MS 49 KY 50 WV

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Ohio City Rankings
Ranking from data collected January 2, 2010 – December 30, 2010 Canton
407,180

Columbus
1,773,120

Cincinnati
2,155,137

Akron
699,356

Cleveland
2,088,291

STATE

Overall Rank
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2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009

87
145

118
102

123
123

141
147

167
150

45
47

131
148

119
77

135
132

111
143

149
127

48
45

155
135

139
152

149
151

127
88

129
106

46
46

115
128

124
124

132
113

104
51

93
74

41
38

148
174

171
152

153
164

164
184

129
157

43
46

14
51

65
79

68
73

162
126

184
174

44
42

72
112

68
70

75
58

84
82

88
81

32
30

*Ranking of 188 Cities, following U.S. Census Bureau Definitions for Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) *Source: Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index Survey 2010, n = 352,840 and 2009, n = 353,849 *Source: Wikipedia.org 2010, City Population

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Ohio City Rankings
Ranking from data collected January 2, 2010 – December 30, 2010 Dayton
836,544

Toledo
650,955

Youngstown Huntington
570,704 284,026

STATE

Overall Rank
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2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009

171
161

177
172

187
181

188
184

45
47

170
117

133
167

188
180

180
178

48
45

164
129

176
80

185
180

188
186

46
46

154
158

162
122

186
180

188
185

41
38

186
148

147
131

139
176

161
158

43
46

88
171

178
186

109
96

185
158

44
42

111
110

154
129

164
165

183
180

32
30

*Ranking of 188 Cities, following U.S. Census Bureau Definitions for Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) *Source: Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index Survey 2010, n = 352,840 and 2009, n = 353,849 *Source: Wikipedia.org 2010, City Population

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Ranking from data collected January 2, 2010 – December 30, 2010 OH-01 OH-02 OH-03 OH-04 OH-05 OH-06 STATE

Overall Rank
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2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009

360
344

196
268

408
327

398
400

356
346

425
423

45
47

290
372

297
247

356
262

391
430

415
402

426
424

48
45

380
211

240
425

381
279

394
324

263
142

408
418

46
46

342
237

318
320

401
336

332
339

188
193

429
424

41
38

400
343

383
393

429
353

390
397

402
325

385
433

43
46

258
239

31
57

356
297

366
228

311
303

323
197

44
42

323
337

118
144

257
263

260
292

174
251

330
388

32
30

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Ranking from data collected January 2, 2010 – December 30, 2010 OH-07 OH-08 OH-09 OH-10 OH-11 OH-12 STATE

Overall Rank
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2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009

395
383

378
240

403
399

410
386

349
389

136
133

45
47

409
298

369
259

301
411

333
360

176
323

118
82

48
45

385
423

379
268

416
297

429
260

156
170

163
202

46
46

292
387

360
274

381
273

349
245

203
228

267
145

41
38

434
358

386
328

334
357

320
394

220
346

367
275

43
46

255
315

371
128

394
376

411
413

424
410

45
231

44
42

244
293

184
192

334
309

292
193

398
390

122
115

32
30

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Ranking from data collected January 2, 2010 – December 30, 2010 OH-13 OH-14 OH-15 OH-16 OH-17 OH-18 STATE

Overall Rank
Life Evaluation Emotional Health Physical Health Healthy Behavior Work Environment Basic Access

2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009

355
345

309
126

295
241

169
335

428
425

417
413

45
47

292
294

404
157

219
156

170
379

433
427

430
410

48
45

189
374

200
207

339
273

138
251

421
381

420
422

46
46

237
249

239
78

279
298

139
214

402
396

410
402

41
38

317
429

399
295

371
411

258
361

424
425

393
368

43
46

427
274

252
188

312
139

247
287

373
353

223
279

44
42

159
224

87
49

213
227

111
203

328
378

341
369

32
30

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State Congressional District Definitions
Congressional District #1 Cities: Cincinnati (partial) Counties: Hamilton (partial), Butler (partial) Congressional District #2 Cities: Cincinnati (partial) Counties: Warren (partial), Hamilton (partial), Clermont, Brown, Adams, Pike, Scioto (partial) Congressional District #3 Cities: Dayton, Kettering Counties: Montgomery (partial), Warren (partial), Clinton, Highland Congressional District #4 Cities: Lima, Marion, Findlay, Mansfield Counties: Allen, Auglaize, Shelby, Logan, Champaign, Hardin, Hancock, Wyandot (partial), Marion, Morrow, Richland Congressional District #5 Cities: Bowling Green Counties: Williams, Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Paulding, Van Wert, Mercer (partial), Putnam, Wood, Lucas (partial), Sandusky (partial), Seneca, Wyandot (partial), Crawford, Huron, Ashland (partial) Congressional District #6 Cities: No major cities Counties: Scioto (partial), Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs, Athens (partial), Washington, Noble, Monroe, Belmont (partial), Jefferson, Columbiana, Mahoning (partial) Congressional District #7 Cities: Lancaster, Columbus (partial) Counties: Clark, Greene, Fayette, Pickaway, Ross (partial), Franklin (partial), Fairfield, Perry Congressional District #8 Cities: Middletown, Hamilton, Fairfield Counties: Mercer (partial), Darke, Miami, Montgomery (partial), Preble, Butler (partial) Congressional District #9 Cities: Toledo, Sandusky Counties: Lucas, Ottawa, Erie, Lorain (partial) Congressional District #10 Cities: Cleveland (partial), Parma Counties: Cuyahoga (partial) Congressional District #11 Cities: Cleveland (partial), Euclid Counties: Cuyahoga (partial) Congressional District #12 Cities: Westerville Counties: Franklin (partial), Licking (partial), Delaware Congressional District #13 Cities: Cleveland (partial), Akron (partial) Counties: Cuyahoga (partial), Lorain (partial), Medina (partial), Summit (partial) Congressional District #14 Cities: Cleveland (partial) Counties: Ashtabula, Lake, Geauga, Trumbull (partial), Portage (partial), Summit (partial), Cuyahoga (partial) Congressional District #15 Cities: Columbus (partial) Counties: Union, Franklin (partial), Madison Congressional District #16 Cities: Massillon, Canton Counties: Medina, Ashland (partial), Wayne, Stark Congressional District #17 Cities: Youngstown Counties: Trumbull (partial), Portage (partial), Mahoning (partial), Summit (partial) Congressional District #18 Cities: Zanesville Counties: Knox, Holmes, Coshocton, Tuscarawas, Carroll, Harrison, Belmont (partial), Morgan, Guernsey, Athens (partial), Hocking, Vinton, Jackson, Ross (partial)

*Source: Wikipedia.org 2010, Congressional District Definitions

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