Australian Gambling Research Centre

Research Summary

Community attitudes towards sports and race betting advertising in Australia

This summary outlines findings from research into community attitudes towards sports and race betting advertising.
Research Summary

Gambling participation, experience of harm and community views: an overview

To enhance understanding and inform improved policy responses, researchers asked Australian adults about their participation in gambling, attitudes towards wagering advertising, how exposure to advertising influences their behaviour and their views on potential policy responses. This snapshot summaries the key findings of the recent survey.
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Exposure and impact of sports and race betting advertising in Australia

This snapshot shows where and how often Australians are exposed to wagering advertising in the last 12 months. Wagering operators use a diverse and increasingly sophisticated range of advertising platforms and strategies to promote their services, including in traditional media and via online/interactive modes.
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Gambling participation and experience of harm in Australia

This snapshot explores how often Australians gamble, how much they spent, their risk of gambling harm, and community attitudes towards gambling.

Gambling participation and at-risk behaviour in problem gambling among Victorian adults

Gambling is a major public policy issue in Australia, affecting the health and wellbeing of many individuals and families in a range of ways. This paper aims to improve understanding of gambling participation and related problems among adults living in Victoria.