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Women don't like gambling-men do.
  Apr 01, 2004

A target survey of 111 women in Victoria, Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond and Port Moody, BC. These women support and would vote for Prime Minister Paul Martin, they have each been in the workforce fo 10 years or more. the margin of error is 3.5% 17 times out of 20 @ 96% competency. This survey was conducted between Jan 21-26, 2004.

Question #1
Do you agree or disagree with this statement: I support government increasing gambling as a means of raising tax revenues.
Agree    23 %
Disagree    77 %
    %
Question #2
Do you agree or disagree with this statement: It is my opinion that legalized gambling is yet another 'evil' put upon society by government.
Agree    62 %
Disagree    38 %
    %
Question #3
In your opinion, should we get rid of the BC Lottery Corporation?
Yes    31 %
No    68 %
    %
Question #4
In your opinion, should we direct the proceeds of the BC Lottery Corporation, dollar for dollar, directly to the Health Care Ministry?
Yes    61 %
No    39 %
    %
Commentary
Women between the ages of 40-65 don't like gambling. A slightly lower majority of these respondents believe that gambling is an 'evil'. They would not like to see an end of the BC Lottery Corporation however. The respondents in this survey are of the opinion that if you have a BC Lottery Corporation than put the proceeds directly into Health Care.
Respondents do not like the vote buying aspect of the BC Lottery Corporation, particularly its proximity to private companies

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