Results of a nationwide survey known as Civility In America were released this week.  The problem has reached critical proportions.  

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According to New Weber Shandwick/Powell Tate Research, Americans encounter 2.4 acts of incivility per day.  Cyber bullying has tripled in just two years.  70% of Americans feel rudeness has reached crisis level.  43% fully expect to be bombarded with rudeness on a daily basis.  87% of Americans believe certain cell phone behavior to be uncivil.  72% believe cursing to be a big problem.

I don't think there's any doubt New Jerseyans would say people here are far too rude and have been for far too long.  However I wonder in what situations rudeness is the worst in the Garden State. Take our survey below and we'll give the results on air.