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Title: The social costs of gambling in Wisconsin
Authors: Thompson, William N.
Gazel, Ricardo
Rickman, Dan
Keywords: Gambling -- Social aspects -- Wisconsin;Gambling -- Wisconsin
Issue Date: Jul-1996
Publisher: Wisconsin Policy Research Institute
Abstract: A random survey of 1,000 Wisconsin adults revealed that 0.90% were serious problem gamblers. This represents 32,425 residents in the state. The survey results led to conclusions that 0.38% of Wisconsin adults were serious problem gamblers because of the presence of Native American casinos in the state. This represents 13,691 persons.
Description: Permission granted to archive report in repository by Michael Ford, Wisconsin Policy Research Institute.
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