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Box 1 Gambling behaviour in Great Britain1 2. Gambling encompasses a broad range of activities, ranging from the National Lottery to casino games, slot machines, and online betting. Around 58% of adults in Great Britain gambled on at least one of these activities in the past year.
Based on the annual activity report issued by the National Gambling Authority for the year 2018, during 2018, the inspectors with control attributions performed a total number of 14,498 inspections, of which 14,314 were at the operators licensed and authorised in the field of gambling and related activities, and 61 at Class 2 licensed B2C operators. From said inspections, a total number of 513.
Table 7.1 shows the past year participation rates reported in the most recent state and national gambling prevalence studies, alongside the monthly participation rates surveyed in the HILDA Survey. Comparison with the two national gambling surveys suggests that the monthly gamblers identified in the HILDA Survey represented approximately 60% of Australians who gambled in the past year.
The statistic displays the results of a survey on the proportion of people within different age groups who gamble online on a monthly basis in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2016 to 2018.
In every age group, past-year gambling was more prevalent in SOGUS1 than in SOGUS 2. However, the two surveys track closely for the three oldest age groups. In the 18-30 age group, however, the rate of past-year gambling declined substantially (88.8% to 78.1%) between surveys. The last two demographic factors, SES and neighborhood disadvantage.