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Title: 2006 California Problem Gambling Prevalence Survey
Authors: Volberg, Rachel A.
Nysse-Carris, Kari L.
Gerstein, Dean R.
National Opinion Research Center (NORC)
Keywords: Compulsive gambling -- California;Gambling -- California
Issue Date: Aug-2006
Abstract: The goals of the 2006 California Problem Gambling Survey were to assess the extent and impact of problem gambling among adults in California, identify the groups in the population most affected by the disorder, and provide information about the public’s knowledge of available resources for addressing gambling problems. A telephone survey of 7,121 Californians aged 18 and over was carried out between October, 2005 and April, 2006 to assess gambling behavior, gambling-related problems, and demographics as well as other correlates of gambling problems. Interviews were conducted in English, Spanish and other languages.
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