The 2006 Study of Gambling and Problem Gambling in New Mexico: Report to the Responsible Gaming Association of New Mexico
SubjectGambling -- New Mexico
Problem Gambling -- New Mexico
Compulsive Gambling -- New Mexico
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AbstractThis report summarizes the findings of a comprehensive survey of gambling participation and gambling-related problems among adult residents of New Mexico. The main purpose of this survey was to determine the scope of problem gambling in New Mexico and to identify the groups in the population most affected by the disorder. The results of this study also provide information about the impacts of problem gambling in New Mexico and will help public health decision-makers determine the best courses of action when making policy decisions in the future.
SponsorshipResponsible Gaming Association of New Mexico
CorporateGemini Research, Ltd.
FacultyGemini Research, Ltd.
PublisherResponsible Gaming Association of New Mexico
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