The amount of happiness you have (or that you're perceived to have) may depend on where you live, at least as far as a recent Monmouth University poll thinks.
First released in April, the university's "Garden State's Quality of Life" poll looked at a number of factors in people polled in determining what makes happiness thrive in New Jersey, and where it most likely is to exist. For the full April 2011 study, visit the polling site.
Recently, the survey breakdown by region revealed Morris County as the "happiest" county in the state, with our friends way down in Cumberland County ranking at the bottom of the list.
Which brings us to our "Question of the Day:" Do you think Morris County deserves to be deemed "happiest in the state?" Why would you agree? Disagree? Share your thoughts below.