The Happiest and Saddest Cities in America’s Frown Towns highlights the cities where Americans are the saddest and where they are living with big smiles on their faces. The list is compiled by calculating suicide rates (CDC) and unemployment rates (Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of June 2011), percentage of households that use antidepressants and the number of people who report feeling the blues all or most of the time (SimplyMap).

The saddest cities are:
St. Petersburg, FL
Detroit, MI
Memphis, TN
Tampa, FL
Louisville, KY

The happiest cities are:
Boston, MA
Omaha, NE
Fargo, ND
Manchester, NH
Honolulu, HI

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