Add this to the Georgia-Alabama rivalry: Georgia residents are apparently happier than people who live in Alabama.
Georgia ranked No. 31 on a national well-being comparison recently released by Gallup. Alabama ranked No. 47.
Hawaii topped the list, while West Virginia placed last. Results are based on a series of telephone interviews encompassing factors like emotional health, physical health, work environment and more.
So here's today's question: Why is Georgia a happier state than Alabama?