A new poll shows that state residents disagree with the recommandations made through the Hanson report about Atlantic City. The proposed state takeover of portions of Atlantic City only has 33 percent of the state’s support, according to a Quinnipiac University poll. Meanwhile, 46 percent of the state say it is a bad idea. Meanwhile, state residents still want the government involved in horse racing. The commission proposed the state getting out of that industry. By a 44 to 39 percent margin, New Jerseyans want the state involved in the horse racing industry. The poll also found that most people want Atlantic City branded as a beach and boardwalk town.