[Grammar] Do they have much/a lot in common?

englishhobby

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I know that much is normally used in questions (and negatives). Is there any difference in meaning between the following questions? Are they both grammatically correct?
1) Do they have much in common?
2) Do they have a lot in common?
 

bhaisahab

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They are both correct and they mean more or less the same.
 
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