Gambling Rampant in New Jersey, Rutgers Study Shows

The rate of gambling disorder in New Jersey is four times that of the population as a whole, Rutgers’ Lia Nower reports.

New Jersey continues to double down on gambling — revenues are up, sports-betting is likely and nearly 70 percent of adults gambled last year. But a Rutgers University study suggests the betting boom has a price: the rate of gambling disorder in New Jersey is four times the national average, with one out of every 16 adults reporting …read more

Source: Rutgers Today

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