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The 10 happiest places to live in Scotland named in new research

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New research has revealed the happiest and least happy places to live in Scotland. Gold payment platform Glint looked into the best and worst places in the UK to purchase a house, and life satisfaction was one of its key metrics.

The organisation used life satisfaction data from the UK Office of National Statistics to measure happiness. It separated its results between Scotland, England, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

It found that Orkney topped Scotland for happiness, with a life satisfaction score of 8.2 out of 10. Following in second and third place were Argyll and Bute and the Highlands, both with scores of 7.7 out of 10. READ MORE — Best and worst hotels in Scotland ranked - as one chain branded 'run down' and 'dirty' On the other end, Glint found that West Lothian, North Ayrshire, and Renfrewshire were the least happy places to live in Scotland.

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