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Australian Reports shows 70% want gambling ads banned from TV

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Australian Reports shows that 70% want gambling ads banned from TV in an online survey poll of 1003 people.
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Australian Reports shows that 70% want gambling ads banned from TV in an online survey poll of 1003 people.


The Australian Institute has revealed from a recent poll that 70% of Australians feel gambling companies should be restricted from advertising on TV. The online survey polled about 1,003 people and asked if certain products and services, including tobacco, alcohol, junk food, and gambling products, should be banned from TV.

 

The result highlighted that the majority of those polled agreed that all of these products and services should not appear in TV commercials. The institute broke down the results by gender and age, revealing that 70% of males agreed with a ban on gambling TV advertisements while about 72% of females agreed. Only 11% of the total figure disagreed with the ban, with the remainder undecided.

 

Research report in age group and percentage

From the research, 69% of people aged 18 – 29 agreed with the actual ban, while about 64% of those aged 30 – 39 agreed. The other rose to 70% for 40 – 49 years old and another 69% for those aged 50 – 59. In another, 78% of those in the 60+ age bracket agreed with the ban too.

 

The gambling industry has spent a total of AU$287.2 million on advertising in Australia during 2021 alone. Gambling companies face complex restrictions on what they can advertise on TV and social media in Australia. Some politicians also feel that not enough is being done to curb this menace.

 

Politicians believe that not enough is done to curb this menace.


Speaking on the issue is Victorian MP Zoe Daniel, who is one of those pushing for more restrictions on the promotion of sports betting and gambling in the region. This was his statement.

“I’m deeply concerned about the normalization of sports gambling and the proximity of gambling advertising to broadcast sport, particularly ARL football codes and AFL. When children are discussing sports, multis want to set up sports betting apps on their phones and even betting on the federal election; we have an issue.” —- Zoe Daniel —- Victorian MP —-

 

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