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Sweden and Gambling: One in Ten Young People do it

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Aug/04/2011
Sweden and Gambling, Young People

A recent study found that one in ten young people living in Sweden gamble.

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The Swedish National Institute of Public Health conducted the survey of young men age 18-24.

"When we look at the evolution of different population groups, there are number of warning signs," said Marie Risbeck, FHI's coordinator gaming prevention, in a statement.

10 percent of this group, or around 450,000, are estimated to have gambled.

The study also found that a rather large proportion of those under the age of 18 have gambled even though it is illegal to do so.

- Gambling911.com Staff

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