That's right: the home of LDS, sister wives, and that one Matthew Lillard movie is officially the happiest state in the Union, according to a new report released by the eminent scholars over at WalletHub.
How exactly do you measure a state's happiness? WalletHub took a three-pronged approach, examining each state's performance in the areas of Emotional and Physical Well-Being, Work Environment, and Community, Environment, & Recreational Activities. These areas were further broken down with weighted metrics, ranging from life expectancy and commute time to divorce rate and emotional health.
Like we said before, Utah's the happiest state in America, with the lowest divorce rate, highest volunteerism rate, and lowest number of work hours -- Utah's also got the fourth-highest suicide rate in the country, though, so apparently it's all relative.