For the third year in a row, Naples topped the Gallup-Sharecare Community Well-Being Rankings. Put simply: We're feeling pretty good here.
The annual survey is based on the results of more than 337,000 interviews with Americans on a range of topics, such as financial well-being, social support, community pride and overall physical health. The study highlighted the collaboration between NCH and The Blue Zones Project to create a community-wide effort to focus on physical, social and mental well-being. (Read more about how Naples residents have benefited this program in our story How the Blue Zones Project Can Change Lives.)
Naples finished just ahead of Barnstable Town, Massachusetts (which looks quite lovely in its own right). The Sarasota area finished seventh in the survey. Cape Coral-Fort Myers came in at No. 22.
Read the full report here.