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People gambling less during the economic crisis

It is often said that more gambling (including playing the lottery) takes place during economic crises, but a new study indicates that the opposite is true: in the last year, people have decreased the frequency of gambling activities, the number of gambling activities participated in and the amount of money gambled.
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