13-Forward Looking Metrics: I was pleased to see that a Gallup survey released earlier this month gave Utah yet another accolade. The survey asked questions in 13 areas about such things as health, environment and employment. The results ranked Utah as the best place to live in the nation. It’s no surprise to me.
Keeping it that way: I am proud to represent you in “the best place to live.” Good policy goes a long way to helping us continue the trend. As the article suggests, “… focusing on the metrics that have the most impact on forthcoming economic, health, and social wellbeing outcomes, leaders will be able to realize the greatest return on their investment.” And Utah will continue to be a great place to live.