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Most Americans know their neighbors by name, new research finds, and might even invite them over occasionally for tea. That is, unless the neighbor is

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Indeed, people are more prejudiced against renters than any other group living on their street, according to a survey of over 3,000 adults released Thursday by research firm Harris Interactive on behalf of Trulia, a real-estate firm. Of those picky neighbors, 33% want people on their street to speak the same language, 16% want their neighbors to have the same family structure and 10% prefer the same race or ethnicity. But 35% (even those who are renters themselves) said it was most important that their neighbors be homeowners. In fact, 51% of homeowners say they prefer to have other homeowners as neighbors.

 

I'd much prefer my neighbors to leave me the hell alone, but if they speak and attempt to be pleasant I will do the same. I don't care about the rest.

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^ Well -- I won't be baking you any brownies. :p

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^ Well -- I won't be baking you any brownies. :p

 

Thank you. And please don't look at me either when you back out of your driveway. :D

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