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It’s a new day in the neighbourhood all across the Western world. More than 30 per cent of Canadians now say they feel disconnected from their neighbours, while half of Americans admit they don’t know the names of theirs. An Australian sociologist investigating community responses in the wake of the 2011 floods in Queensland found relations in “a precarious balance”; neighbours were hesitant to intrude even in emergencies—leading the scholar to conclude that “we are less likely than ever to know” our neighbours. Quite right, too: A recent poll of 2 000 Britons found a third declaring they couldn’t pick their near neighbours out of a police line-up.
I know all (or most) of my immediate neighbours by name. We regularly meet socially and regard each other as friends.
I know most of my immediate neighbours by name and interact relatively regularly (not necessarily socially) with at least one set of neighbours. We are aware of each other’s basic routines. We trust each other to keep an eye on property and/or pets when away, or at least assist in an emergency.
I know some of my immediate neighbours, but we do not interact beyond a rare greeting when we encounter each other.
I do not know my neighbours and do not intend to include them in my life in any way. I will probably only recognise one or two in a police line-up.
I'm a 47 year old man looking to meet women between the ages of 35 and 55.
I'm a 57 year old man looking to meet women between the ages of 42 and 55.
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I'm a 39 year old woman looking to meet men between the ages of 35 and 55.
I'm a 34 year old woman looking to meet men between the ages of 30 and 40.
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