Victorian population gambling and health study 2018–2019
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation — May 2020
This report details results from a large general population survey on gambling participation, gambling problems and gambling-related harm in the state of Victoria, Australia conducted between September 2018 and January 2019.
The study is the third of its kind in Victoria. Previous studies were conducted in 2014 and 2008. The latest study differs from earlier surveys in that it includes new elements that better align the investigation with a public health approach through the consideration of gambling harm in the broader community.
The study involved a mobile phone and landline survey of 10,638 randomly selected Victorians adults.
Australian young women's gambling behaviours: A socio-cultural investigation of gambling attitudes, beliefs, and consumption intentions
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation — April 2020
The aim of the study was to explore the range of key determinants that may shape the gambling beliefs and behaviours of older adolescent (18–24 years old) and young adult (25–34 years old) women.
Factors that shape the gambling attitudes and behaviours of older adults in Victoria
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, Melbourne — March 2020
This study examined the gambling behaviours and attitudes of older adults in Victoria
Transitioning into and out of low- and moderate-risk gambling: predictors and profiles
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation — March 2020
This study investigated the characteristics of people who transition into, and out of, low- and moderate-risk gambling.