This is probably one of the easiest questions to answer, but at the same time, one of the most difficult conclusions to make as well.

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The problem with this question is that every answer is a correct answer, so picking the best is really easy, and really hard at the same time.

We are talking about narrowing down the great subs at Jersey Mike's to one that we name the most popular. We aren't courageous enough to do it, so we left the deciding part to you.

We asked Monmouth & Ocean County residents to name their favorite Jersey Mike's sub, and there was certainly no shortage of opinions. So which sub is the favorite at the place Jersey Mike's was born?

There was a pretty good battle between two particular subs, and frankly, the one I thought was going to run away with it came in second place in our unscientific survey.

So, according to you the fine folks of the Jersey Shore, the #1 sub at Jersey Mike's is actually the #9 the Club Supreme, edging out the #13 (the Italian).

Here's how the percentage of votes worked out.

The Club Supreme (#9)...39%

The Italian (#13)...25%

Stickball Special (#11)...21%

It's pretty clear to me that there are no wrong answers with this one, but it's also pretty interesting to name a favorite at the place Jersey Mike's was born.

Yesterday was Jersey Mike's Day of Giving, and proceeds went to Special Olympics USA Games this year. Thank you to all who participated.

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