Tim Tebow is America’s most coveted neighbor, according to a new poll.
Over 1,000 adults ages 18 and up voted for their ideal celebrity neighbor in a Zillow Celebrity Neighbor Survey. And Tebow managed to make his way into 11 percent of voters’ ideal neighborhoods.
However, the second largest majority of those who were interviewed on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 chose to live next door to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. The poll found that 10 percent of respondents were willing to live next to the couple, making them a close second option to Tebow.
Another acting couple, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux, followed closely behind Jolie and Pitt as the third most coveted celebrity neighbors. The pair was voted onto the list by 9 percent of the participants.
The list of celebrities people would like to live by most is rounded off by Jennifer Lopez who received 6 percent of votes, Beyoncé and Jay-Z who trailed closely with 5 percent, Nancy Grace who had 4 percent of votes and Kim Kardashian who received the same percentage.
However, 53 percent of respondents were not satisfied with the names on the list of potential celebrity neighbors, and chose to either select “none of the above” or “other.” Although Kardashian was voted with a low percentage onto the most desirable neighbors list, she also made the list for the lease desirable neighbors.
At the top of the list of celebrities that most participants did not want to live by, The Jersey Shore cast appeared. The survey found that 28 percent of people felt strongly about not living next door to Snookie and her fellow cast mates. Charlie Sheen did not win a spot in the most coveted celebrity category, with 21 percent of people voting against being his neighbor.
Lindsay Lohan also appeared on the list of undesirable celebrity neighbors, receiving 13 percent of the votes, followed closely by a polarizing Kim Kardashian who appeared on the list of both desirable and undesirable celebrity neighbors.
Grace, Jolie and Pitt also appeared on both lists, with three percent of people not willing to be their neighbors. Anthony Weiner finished off the undesirable list at 2 percent, while 16 percent of voters chose “other” or “none of the above.”