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Research Summary

An online general community panel survey was conducted in July 2022. A sample of 1,765 Australian residents aged 18 years and over, aligned with ABS population parameters of age, gender and location of residence (metro and non-metro), completed the survey. Researchers explored participants’ views on sports and race betting advertising by asking how much they agreed with a range of statements on a scale from ‘strongly disagree’ to ‘strongly agree’, and whether they ‘supported’ or ‘opposed’ a range of potential policy responses.

This snapshot finds that 69% of Australian adults believe that sports and race betting (wagering) advertising is 'too common'. 64% believe that governments should play the biggest role in deciding how wagering is advertised.

Related Information

Exposure and impact of sports and race betting advertising in Australia https://apo.org.au/node/322037

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