A new Rasmussen Reports survey said that 74 percent of adults rate the life as good or excellent, the highest level of satisfaction ever recorded by the pollster.
That's is up from 61 percent in 2010 and 67 percent in 2014. And just 5 percent rate their life as poor.
Most of those surveyed said that the first 40 years of life were the best. But it was unmarried adults who were more positive about their lives.