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The British Gambling Prevalence Survey (BGPS), which began in 1999, is a large-scale nationally representative survey of participation in gambling and the prevalence of problem gambling in Great Britain. It aims to: measure the prevalence of participation in all forms of commercial and private gambling; estimate the prevalence of ‘problem gambling’; investigate socio-demographic factors associated with gambling and ‘problem gambling’; and assess attitudes towards gambling.
GN 33424 | British Gambling Prevalence Surveys, 1999-
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