Belfast has been named the second kindest city in the UK, according to a study carried out by OnePoll for Babybel.
The poll asked 2,000 adults to rate their hometown on a variety of topics including friendliness, good deeds and community spirit.
Northern Ireland's capital city Belfast ranked second place, with 42% of residents considering it a helpful place to live.
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The number one spot went to the university city of Oxford.
The poll was commissioned by Babybel, as part of a wider campaign in partnership with Comic Relief, to encourage small acts of kindness.
What else did the study find?
The study found that out of the 2,000 residents nationwide, 28% would open their door to a stranger, 27% would say, 'good morning' in the street and 26% would take in the parcel of a neighbour who was not home.
It also found that 44% of adults wouldn't want to live anywhere else than their hometown.
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