Happiness survey: Get your votes in before Friday
DO YOU live in one of North East Lincolnshire's happiest areas?
As reported, here at the Grimsby Telegraph, we have been running an online survey to see what you like the most about living in your area.
We want to gather your views on employment opportunities, crime and safety, and whether you think the area you live in has got better or worse in the past ten years.
And, you still have until Friday to tell us what's so great about your community.
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So far, almost 45 per cent of those who have taken the survey living in Grimsby rate their happiness as six out of ten or higher, while in Cleethorpes it's a whopping 64 per cent.
But they have nothing on Keelby, Brigsley, Humberston, Old Clee, Scartho, Weelsby, Great Coates, Marshchapel, New Waltham, Habrough and Barnoldby-le-Beck, where 100 per cent of those taking part rate their happiness as six or more.
Among the things making you happiest are the scenery, living close to amenities, decent neighbours and friendly people.
One Cleethorpes woman said: "We have close access to amenities and it feels like living in the countryside," while a Grimsby man said: "People's Park is close by for dog walking and feeding the ducks with my family. Town is also close by."
Being close to local facilities was also one of the things this Keelby woman was most happy about.
She said: "It's clean, safe, friendly with some nice scenic walks. It has a doctor, library and school."
However, you have also been frank about what can be improved on, too.
One Immingham woman said the town was "not a place to stay for more than seven years", adding that "the amount of fights and arguments that go on", as well as the lack of shops, were issues.
Others said "nosey neighbours" "chavs" and littering were sources of frustration, as were bad parking, crime, dog fouling and poor employment opportunities.
But what do you think?