The numbers don't lie: a recent Quinnipac poll of New Jersey residents finds that—shocker!—they don't like theJersey Shore.

67 percent of Jersey voters think the show is "bad" for the state, including 67 percent of young'uns under 35. It's unclear exactly what "bad" means, but we have a feeling it's less like "acrylic nails bad" and more like "moral erosion bad." 71 percent of voters say Governor Chris Christie "did the right thing" when he blocked the so-called "Snooki Subsidy" last month.

"Garden State voters agree overwhelmingly with Gov. Christopher Christie's decision to slam the door on Snooki, The Situation and the rest of the 'Jersey Shore' crew," said Maurice Carroll, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. "Although there have been legal arguments against his decision, voters agree that Gov. Christie was 'duty bound' to do what he did." Ah, yes, Chris Christie: a real American hero, working valiantly to save the nation's youth from the horrors of spray tans.