Survey data on public perceptions of gambling

Abstract

Survey data on public perceptions of gambling provides information on how far people think, firstly gambling is fair and can be trusted, and secondly whether gambling is associated with criminal activity. It sets out the findings from questions asked through an omnibus survey conducted by ICM Research. The data is published annually, based on an updated sample of 4,000 interviews. The survey started in December 2009.

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