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There is clearly a demand for playing the lottery. But low-income people spend more of their income on the lottery than other income groups.
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In an experiment, low-income participants were more likely to purchase lottery tickets when they felt that their income was low compared to a perceived standard.
Government-run lotteries appeal to poor people. This causes them to spend a disproportionate amount of their income on lotteries, which contributes to them being poor, which keeps them buying tickets.
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