Around one fifth of the 3,000 people questioned for the survey also claim they never see their neighbours to even say hello.
Nearly 40 percent of Brits don't think they'd have anything in common with their neighbours, according to new research.
Around one fifth of the 3,000 people questioned for the survey also claim they never see them to even say hello blaming lack of time, shyness, or worries about getting on with them.
Roy Crowne Executive Director at Hope Together - one of the organisations behind the research - told Premier's Des Busteed on the News Hour that we must do better:
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