The State of Minnesota has been named the “Least Miserable Place To Live” in a new Bloomberg analysis of 13 factors. The study looked at things such as poverty rates, air pollution, people with health care, income equality and employment. Earlier this year Minnesota was in the top 3 of a list of the happiest states in the nation as well. After Minnesota on the latest study, the next 4 least miserable places to live include New Hampshire, North Dakota, Vermont and Massachusetts. The most miserable states to live in include Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, South Carolina and Arkansas.