Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                Q1	Should	online	gambling	be	legal                              ...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                           Q2	Why	should	online	gambling	be                     ...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                            Q3	Why	should	online	gambling	be                    ...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                        Q4	If	online	gambling	was	legal	in                      ...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                        Q5	If	online	gambling	was	legal	in                      ...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                     Q6	In	what	state	or	U.S.	territory	do                      ...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2Michigan                                  3.91%           22Minnesota                           ...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                         Q7	Gender                                     Answered:...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                           Q8	Age                                    Answered:	5...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                        Q9	Household	Income                                     ...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                                Q10	Education                                   ...
Online	Gambling	-	Survey	2                                          Q11	Location	(Census	Region)                          ...
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March's SurveyMonkey Shakedown

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This month's SurveyMonkey Shakedown is on online gambling. Our CEO, Dave Goldberg talks with Cory Johnson to discuss survey results from SurveyMonkey Audience.

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March's SurveyMonkey Shakedown

  1. 1. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q1 Should online gambling be legal in your state? Answered: 576 Skipped: 0 Yes No Im not sure 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices ResponsesYes 37.85% 218No 44.10% 254Im not sure 18.06% 104Total 576 1 / 12
  2. 2. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q2 Why should online gambling be legalized in your state? Answered: 216 Skipped: 360 To increase state revenue/ec... To safely regulate the industry To supplement my income To bring more jobs to my state To reduce state taxes To protect my civil liberties ... For fun Other (please specify) 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices ResponsesTo increase state revenue/economic growth 41.20% 89To safely regulate the industry 6.94% 15To supplement my income 1.39% 3To bring more jobs to my state 3.24% 7To reduce state taxes 13.43% 29To protect my civil liberties and the right to make this lifestyle 21.30% 46choiceFor fun 9.72% 21Other (please specify) 2.78% 6Total 216 2 / 12
  3. 3. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q3 Why should online gambling be illegal your state? Answered: 251 Skipped: 325 Online gambling is immoral Online gambling increases ... Online gambling leads to... Online gambling leads to... Online gambling is a front that... Other (please specify) 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices ResponsesOnline gambling is immoral 5.18% 13Online gambling increases the incidence of gambling 54.58% 137addictionOnline gambling leads to other addictive behavior 11.16% 28Online gambling leads to other criminal activity 8.37% 21Online gambling is a front that masks other criminal activity 3.59% 9Other (please specify) 17.13% 43Total 251 3 / 12
  4. 4. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q4 If online gambling was legal in your state, would you be more or less likely to participate in gambling? Answered: 563 Skipped: 13 Extremely likely Very likely Moderately likely Neither more or less likely Moderately unlikely Very unlikely Extremely unlikely N/A - I dont gamble 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices ResponsesExtremely likely 2.31% 13Very likely 4.44% 25Moderately likely 6.57% 37Neither more or less likely 20.43% 115Moderately unlikely 1.95% 11Very unlikely 6.75% 38Extremely unlikely 24.51% 138N/A - I dont gamble 33.04% 186Total 563 4 / 12
  5. 5. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q5 If online gambling was legal in your state, would you be more or less likely to visit gambling destinations (like Las Vegas, Atlantic City, or Native American gaming establishments)? Answered: 563 Skipped: 13 Extremely likely Very likely Moderately likely Neither more or less likely Moderately unlikely Very unlikely Extremely unlikely N/A- I dont visit casinos 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices ResponsesExtremely likely 1.24% 7Very likely 2.13% 12Moderately likely 4.62% 26Neither more or less likely 37.83% 213Moderately unlikely 2.84% 16Very unlikely 5.33% 30Extremely unlikely 14.74% 83N/A- I dont visit casinos 31.26% 176Total 563 5 / 12
  6. 6. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q6 In what state or U.S. territory do you live? Answered: 563 Skipped: 13 Wyoming Alabama Wisconsin Alaska West Virginia Arizona Washington Virginia Arkansas Vermont California Utah Texas Colorado Tennessee Connecticut South Dakota Delaware South Carolina Rhode Island District of Columbia (DC) Puerto Rico Pennsylvania Florida Oregon Georgia Oklahoma Hawaii Ohio North Carolina Idaho New York Illinois New Mexico Indiana New Jersey New Hampshire Iowa Nevada Kansas Nebraska KentuckyAnswer Choices Montana Responses LouisianaAlabama 0.89% 5 MaineAlaska 0.36% Maryland 2American Samoa 0% Massachusetts 0 MichiganArizona 1.78% 10 MinnesotaArkansas 0.18% Mississippi 1California 8.17% Missouri 46Colorado 2.13% 12Connecticut 1.24% 7Delaware 0.53% 3District of Columbia (DC) 0.36% 2Florida 4.44% 25Georgia 2.66% 15Guam 0% 0Hawaii 0.18% 1Idaho 0.71% 4Illinois 5.33% 30Indiana 2.66% 15Iowa 1.24% 7Kansas 0.36% 2Kentucky 0.89% 5Louisiana 0.71% 4Maine 0.36% 2Maryland 2.84% 16Massachusetts 3.20% 18Total 563 6 / 12
  7. 7. Online Gambling - Survey 2Michigan 3.91% 22Minnesota 2.66% 15Mississippi 0.89% 5Missouri 1.95% 11Montana 0.53% 3Nebraska 0.71% 4Nevada 0.18% 1New Hampshire 0.71% 4New Jersey 2.31% 13New Mexico 0.71% 4New York 6.04% 34North Carolina 3.20% 18North Dakota 0% 0Northern Marianas Islands 0% 0Ohio 4.80% 27Oklahoma 1.60% 9Oregon 1.60% 9Pennsylvania 5.33% 30Puerto Rico 0.53% 3Rhode Island 0.53% 3South Carolina 1.07% 6South Dakota 0.53% 3Tennessee 1.60% 9Texas 6.04% 34Utah 1.78% 10Vermont 0.89% 5Virginia 1.95% 11Virgin Islands 0% 0Washington 3.02% 17West Virginia 0.71% 4Wisconsin 2.84% 16Wyoming 0.18% 1Total 563 7 / 12
  8. 8. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q7 Gender Answered: 566 Skipped: 10 Male Female 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices ResponsesMale 53.89% 305Female 46.11% 261Total 566 8 / 12
  9. 9. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q8 Age Answered: 566 Skipped: 10 < 18 18-29 30-44 45-60 > 60 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices Responses< 18 0% 018-29 12.37% 7030-44 22.97% 13045-60 32.33% 183> 60 32.33% 183Total 566 9 / 12
  10. 10. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q9 Household Income Answered: 516 Skipped: 60 $0 - $24,999 $25,000 - $49,999 $50,000 - $99,999 $100,000 - $149,999 $150,000+ 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices Responses$0 - $24,999 21.32% 110$25,000 - $49,999 15.50% 80$50,000 - $99,999 33.53% 173$100,000 - $149,999 15.12% 78$150,000+ 14.53% 75Total 516 10 / 12
  11. 11. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q10 Education Answered: 566 Skipped: 10 Less than high school degree High school degree Some college Associate or bachelor degree Graduate degree 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices ResponsesLess than high school degree 1.77% 10High school degree 9.36% 53Some college 25.97% 147Associate or bachelor degree 33.04% 187Graduate degree 29.86% 169Total 566 11 / 12
  12. 12. Online Gambling - Survey 2 Q11 Location (Census Region) Answered: 555 Skipped: 21 New England Middle Atlantic East North Central West North Central South Atlantic East South Central West South Central Mountain Pacific 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Answer Choices ResponsesNew England 7.03% 39Middle Atlantic 12.79% 71East North Central 20% 111West North Central 8.29% 46South Atlantic 17.66% 98East South Central 4.50% 25West South Central 8.65% 48Mountain 7.39% 41Pacific 13.69% 76Total 555 12 / 12

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