"Social Capital" is basically the power of friends and family - people one can rely on in times of trouble. While this chart is from 2000, it does show that it is not the same everywhere.
Estimated state by state distribution of U.S. social capital, Robert Putnam, Bowling Alone, (2000), p. 293
This plays into the Social, Government, Economic ratings that are now growing in popularity as a socially coercive force to "re-educate" conservatives by isolating them and destroying their financial strength.
No reasonable chart can show actual personal support networking. This chart shows government support. I think this post is intended to mislead the reader about that.
As @lnosbourne already pointed out, I think the cold may be a major factor.
Not only is there more time spent together in colder climates but living in the cold requires more teamwork, cooperation and "good will" than living in the heat.
I would say as a caveat that I'm unsure HOW social capital is measured and defined, a problem that plagues all social sciences and is mentioned thoughout the wikipedia article from whence this graph likely came from.
To answer the question, however, I said "less" because as someone pushing 50, I have less friends today, less people I can count on, today than 10 years ago. I think this is a universal trend such that in your 20's and 30's you maximize your acquaintences and as time, distance,and death take it's toll, your acquaintances get smaller in number, though perhaps tighter in connection.
How many non-Failipino ethnicities/diasporas [whose ancestors are indigenous/originated from whatever non-Failippines countries] used the Failippines as a stepping stone country or transit point to legally or illegally immigrate to better countries?! Thanks a lot, porous borders/airports worldwide for spreading another pathogen outbreak/epidemic/pandemic worldwide, & sending another Plandemic Scamdemic worldwide!