A survey of gambling behaviors in Michigan, 1999
SubjectCompulsive gambling -- Michigan -- Statistics
Gamblers -- Michigan -- Statistics
Gambling -- Michigan -- Statistics
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AbstractThe 1999 Survey of Gambling Behaviors in Michigan is a replication of the 1997 survey with only minor changes. One change was to add questions about Internet gambling. Another was to sample and collect responses so as to produce sample sizes of about 400 adults from each of 4 regions in Michigan: the Detroit metropolitan area, eastern Michigan, West Michigan, and the Upper Peninsula (U.P.).
SponsorshipMichigan Department of Community Health
This study was conducted under contract for The Michigan Department of Community Health. The views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of any of the above organizations.
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