The Utica-Rome metro area made the Huffington Post, but it may not necessarily be something about which locals want to brag.

The article cites the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Survey, which assesses the daily well-being of Americans.

The so-called "worst" city is listed as Charleston, West Virginia.  The Utica-Rome area falls at number eleven, just behind Rockford, Illinois and Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Washington, D.C. and San Francisco are the metro areas topping the list at the other end, scoring highest for well-being.  Honolulu, Hawaii has the score for the highest emotional well-being.  Lincoln, Nebraska was ranked highest overall.