Residents living in streets called Acacia Avenue are happy with their lives, rarely get divorced and have been in the same job for 11 years, according to a "unique" social study published today.
The name has become a byword for British suburban life and has been used in TV sitcoms, films and song titles, while "superhero" Banana-man lived on an Acacia Road.
AA Insurance interviewed hundreds of people in 15 Acacia Avenues across England and Wales to get a better understanding of its average customer.
Four out of ten people questioned said fish and chips were their favourite dish, most houses had a garden and three bedrooms and residents tended to be families and older couples.
The average Acacia Avenue worker earned around the national average wage, £22,500, and took just 21 minutes to get to their office or factory.
One in five residents polled had a garden shed and almost one in ten had bought a garden gnome.
Kevin Sinclair, managing director of AA Insurance, said his company had decided to turn away from computer spreadsheets and interview real people for its latest study.