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Queensland Household Gambling Survey 2011-12

The survey collected information on gambling activity and related issues in the Queensland adult population. This information can assist a range of stakeholders in better understanding the Queensland gambling environment. In particular, the survey provides an opportunity to gauge the prevalence of problematic or potentially problematic gambling behaviour in the Queensland adult population.

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Last updated 22/07/2016
Created 20/06/2014
Next review 22/07/2017
Format PDF
Size 1.5 MiB
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Creative Commons Attribution
Expiration date22/07/2017
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Justice and Attorney-General, Queensland Government, Liquor and gambling research, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 sourced on 20 January 2018


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