We already know things are good here in Southwest Florida. Turns out, it may be about as good as it gets.
For the second year in a row, Naples topped the list in the annual Gallup and Healthways Community Well-Being Rankings. The survey gauged the responses of more than 350,000 Americans on a variety of factors, including community pride, stress levels, financial security, physical well-being and more. The Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island area just beat out Barnstable Town, Massachusetts, for the top spot.
Southwest Florida, in general, did pretty well. Cape Coral-Fort Myers came in at 38. North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton wasn’t too far behind Naples, at sixth overall.
Read the full survey here.