Dear Feds, our roads stink. Please pay to fix them. Love, New Jersey.

We know our roads are bad, but we don’t want to pay to fix them.

That’s according to a Stockton University poll released Tuesday, which found that a majority of New Jersey residents said our roads and bridges are in mediocre condition. But, many would rather use other people’s money to fix them. Specifically, tax-weary Garden State residents would like the federal government to pay for it.

Of the 650 drivers polled by Stockton, 80% ranked the condition of the state’s roads and highways as fair or poor. They were a little kinder to the bridges and tunnels, with 63% rating them as fair or poor. Thirty-eight percent said they have felt concern for their safety when traveling over a bridge or through a tunnel.