Where are you living?

Where do you live?
Where are you living?

Do both sentences have the same meaning?

Thanks!

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This asks were you usually live for years.

This asks were you are living or staying for a short period of time.

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Iā€™d prefer Where do you live?

But I think Where are you staying? will be readily acceptable.

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Another point to consider - Where do you live? can often suggest a question about the country where you live. Where are you living? is often a question about your address.

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