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The Utah State Capitol is located on Capitol Hill, overlooking downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the home of the Utah State Legislature, the Governor of Utah, Lieutenant Governor of Utah, the Utah Attorney General, the Utah State Treasurer, and the Utah State Auditor.

Utah may be the state with the fewest amount of frowns.

A new WalletHub report ranked Utah as the second happiest state in the nation, trailing only Minnesota.

The Beehive State ranked ahead of Hawaii, California and Nebraska within the top five.

On the other end of the list, Illinois proved to be the least happiest, along with Massachusetts, Connecticut, Idaho and Washington state.

Source: WalletHub

Despite its third-place ranking, Hawaii had the lowest share of adult depression.

Utah, meanwhile, had the highest volunteer rate at 39.29 percent, which is 2.1 times higher than the lowest state, Florida.

And Utah had the lowest separation and divorce rate, with 16.22 percent.

Utah also led the nation with the fewest work hours.

But Utah had the fifth highest suicide rate, ranking behind New Mexico, Montana, Alaska and Wyoming in the bottom five.

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WalletHub analyzed 28 different metrics across all 50 states, looking into each state’s depression rate, how many hours each state works and safety rankings.

Despite this high ranking for Utah, the Beehive State's capital, Salt Lake City, ranked No. 49 in another WalletHub report on the happiest places to live.

Similarly, data from 24/7 Wall Street ranked three Utah cities — Provo, Ogden and Salt Lake City — among the most stressed in the country, the Deseret News reported.

WalletHub, though, did not rank Salt Lake City as one of the most stressed.