Tasmanian Gambling Prevalence Study 2005 Fact Sheets

The study utilised two alternative sets of measures of problem gambling: the South Oaks Gambling Screen (SOGS) and the Canadian Problem Gambling Index (CPGI). The two measures give different results. As the 2005 Study was the first time the CPGI has been used in Tasmania the findings cannot be compared with previous studies.

Fact Sheets based on the South Oaks Gambling Screen (SOGS)

Fact SheetTitle
Fact Sheet 1 (SOGS)Gambling Group Estimates. Population percentages for Non-gamblers, Not-at-risk Gamblers, 'At risk' Gamblers and Problem Gamblers. Comparison of 2005 prevalence with previous studies
Fact Sheet 2 (SOGS)Not-at-risk Gamblers: demographics and gambling activities
Fact Sheet 3 (SOGS)'At Risk' Gamblers: demographics and gambling activities
Fact Sheet 4 (SOGS)Problem Gamblers: demographics and gambling activities
Fact Sheet 5 (SOGS)

Adverse consequences of Problem Gambling and Help Seeking Knowledge and Behaviour.

Fact Sheet 6 (SOGS)Gambling Activity: participation rates for different types of gambling and frequency of participation
Fact Sheet 7 (SOGS)

Demographic profiles of the different gambling groups (Non-gamblers, Not-at-risk Gamblers, 'At risk' Gamblers and Problem Gamblers)

Fact Sheet 8 (SOGS)Measuring Problem Gambling. About the screens used to measure the prevalence of problem gambling

Fact Sheets based on the Canadian Problem Gambling Index (CPGI)

Fact SheetTitle
Fact Sheet 1 (CPGI)

Gambling Group Estimates. Population percentages for Non-gamblers, Not-at-risk Gamblers, 'At risk' Gamblers and Problem Gamblers

Fact Sheet 2 (CPGI)Recreational Gamblers: demographics and gambling activities
Fact Sheet 3 (CPGI)Low Risk and Moderate Risk Gamblers: demographics and gambling activities
Fact Sheet 4 (CPGI)Problem Gamblers: demographics and gambling activities
Fact Sheet 5 (CPGI)Adverse consequences of Problem Gambling and Help Seeking Knowledge and Behaviour
Fact Sheet 6 (CPGI)Gambling Activity: participation rates for different types of gambling and frequency of participation
Fact Sheet 7 (CPGI)Demographic profiles of the different gambling groups (Non-gamblers, Recreational, Low Risk, Moderate Risk and Problem Gamblers)
Fact Sheet 8 (CPGI)Measuring Problem Gambling. About the screens used to measure the prevalence of problem gambling