Gambling behaviour in England and Scotland: Findings from the Health Survey for England 2012 and Scottish Health Survey 2012
SubjectGambling -- England
Compulsive gambling -- England
Gambling -- Scotland
Compulsive gambling -- Scotland
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AbstractThis report provides information about gambling behaviour in England and Scotland using data combined from the Health Survey for England (HSE) 2012 and the Scottish Health Survey (SHeS) 2012. The main aims and objectives of this report were to: provide in-depth analysis of gambling and problem gambling levels and; examine the associations with problem and at-risk gambling.
SponsorshipPrepared for: The Gambling Commission
Permission to include this report in the Institute research repository granted by Heather Wardle, Research Director, NatCen - Social Research on September 16, 2014.
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