Third Social and Economic Impact Study of Gambling in Tasmania: 2013 Tasmanian Gambling Prevalence Survey

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This report, released by the Tasmanian Department of Treasury and Finance and authored by a research consortium comprised of ACIL Allen Consulting, The Social Research Centre and The Problem Gambling Research and Treatment Centre presents results of the 2013 Tasmanian Prevalence Study.  

The study shows that, since 2011, problem gambling rates have declined, participation and frequency rates are down and the amount spent on gambling has been declining since 2008-09.

This report is Volume 2 of Part A 2015 Social and Economic Impact Study of Gambling in Tasmania.  Part B - which considers the harm minimisation framework implemented by the Tasmanian Gaming Commission in response to the 2011 Tasmanian Economic Impact Study of Gambling - is due for release later in 2015.