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Do Neighbors Really Lend Out Cups of Sugar?

A new survey conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of neighborhoods.com shines light on what it means to be a good neighbor. The findings, which are based on responses from more than 1,100 U.S. homeowners, came just in time for National Good Neighbor Day which was celebrated on Sept. 28. While the holiday acknowledges the people that make up a community––those who might be on the other side of the fence (or cubicle), who share the same sidewalk, or who are integrated in the fabric of one’s life––neighborhoods.com unveils what qualities describe a good neighbor, if people actually know their neighbors’ names, and other factors impacting perceived neighborliness.