Two Thirds (64%) of Canadians Want Senate to Pass Bill Legalizing Single Event Sports Betting

Most Agree Legalization Would Provide More Government Revenue (76%), Reduce Black-Market Betting (75%) and Allow for Greater Regulation and Oversight (74%)

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Toronto, ON – Two thirds (64%) of Canadians believe that the Senate should pass a bill before it that would legalize betting on the outcome of a single sporting event, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the Canadian Gaming Association. Conversely, four in ten (36%) are of the opinion that the Senate should...

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Two Thirds (64%) of Canadians Want Senate to Pass Bill 
Legalizing Single Event Sports Betting

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