A new poll says that state residents don’t want gambling outside of Atlantic City. A Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind Poll showed that 56 percent of residents oppose while only 37 percent support the idea. These numbers are similar to Feb. results by the same university. North Jersey politicians have been pushing expanded casino gaming, which would come at the expense of Atlantic City. Many believe is North Jersey gets gaming, up to 3 casinos could close in Atlantic City as a result.