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Default Extremely simple question

Hi guys, very simple question I'm sure most everyone here will know.

I know that polar molecules are attracted to each other, but are nonpolar molecules attracted to other nonpolar molecules? Or is there a greater attraction, or affinity, between nonpolar-nonpolar than between polar-nonpolar?
Or at least, is there less repulsion between nonpolar-nonpolar than between polar-nonpolar?

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