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Poor Households Earning $13K Per Year Spend Over $1K On Lottery Tickets
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 26646277:MV8yMDY2MTAxXzM0NzY5NDMzXzMxMThBOTAy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 28694200:MV8yMDY2MTAxXzM0NzY5NDA4XzhERTcyMzQ5] [quote:Anonymous Coward 26646277:MV8yMDY2MTAxXzM0NzY5MjQ3XzdEQjk4NzZF] Are people really trying to defend people who spend over 10% of their income (most of it welfare) on gambling? [/quote] The fact is there is no possibility to escape poverty. You are stuck there,,, [/quote] I did, but then again I went into the military, got an education, and then a job when I got out. I guess I should have just spent all of my money on lottery tickets and malt liquor. [/quote]
States across the nation rely on poor suckers to fund their spending. No, we’re not talking about taxpayers – we’re talking about lottery ticket purchasers. According to new studies, households earning $13,000 per year spend almost $1,170 per year on lottery tickets – 9 percent of total income.
As it turns out, many people living in poverty make poor financial decisions.
link to www.breitbart.com
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