Millennial Aussies too cool to gamble anymore

A Roy Morgan Research report revealed that about 9.3 million Australian adults (around 47.9%) engaged in some form of gambling for the past three months, which is down from 50.1% in December 2017 and 64.7% in December 2008. The report also revealed that much like their peers elsewhere in the globe, gambling participation of younger Australians have also declined in 2018: 25.7% for 18- to 24-year-olds, 37.5% in the 25-34 demographic, and 46.4% in the 35-49 bracket. Researchers credited the declining interest in gambling to “a proliferation of other entertainment and leisure activities.” Problem gambling warnings may have also deterred Australians from further gambling.
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A Roy Morgan Research report revealed that about 9.3m Australian adults (around 47.9%) engaged in some form of gambling for the past three months, which is down from 50.1% in December 2017 and 64.7% in December 2008. The report also revealed that much like their peers elsewhere in the globe, gambling participation of younger Australians have also declined in 2018: 25.7% for 18- to 24-year-olds, 37.5% in the 25-34 demographic, and 46.4% in the 35-49 bracket. Researchers credited the declining interest in gambling to “a proliferation of other entertainment and leisure activities.” Problem gambling warnings may have also deterred Australians from further gambling.

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