Hawaii is the best U.S. state for women to live and work, according to new research by MoveHub, a relocation company.

Calculating all sorts of factors, including the state's gender pay gap, political representation, reproductive rights, and prevalence of domestic violence, it turns out the Aloha State is the best state for women.

Hawaii boasts a low percentage of women who don’t have health insurance (6 percent), and the lowest incidents of women being murdered by men.

The other top 10 states are Vermont, Minnesota, Illinois, Maryland, Maine, New York, California, Massachusetts and Delaware.

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