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Only One Third of Public Believes Gambling is Fair

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Mar/01/2018

In a shock report report filed by EuropeanGaming.eu, it is revealed that only one third of all respondents believe the gambling sector is fair.

Some of those findings appear below.

The commission’s gambling participation report for 2017 found that 33 per cent of those surveyed believed gambling is fair and can be trusted, down one percentage point on 2016 and from 48.8 per cent in 2008.

“As previously reported, these findings could be related to gamblers’ concerns about the fairness of terms and conditions and the odds offered by gambling companies,” said the report.

The survey also found that 41 per cent of people thought gambling was associated with crime, up two percentage points on 2016.

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