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Glen P. Robbins and ROBBINS ASK over the United Kingdom
  Jan 06, 2007

This is a random sample of 2,250 respondents in the United Kingdom through telephone dialing and web polling between December 05th and December 21st 2006. This poll features a margin of error of 4.45%, 19 times out of 20 @95% competency/confidence. This poll has been sponsored by Glen P. Robbins, Glen P. Robbins and Associates. ROBBINS ASK and ROBBINS Sce Research (1998)are 100% owned and operated by Glen P. Robbins. All Rights reserved.

Question #1
Do you play the U.K Lotto
Yes    73 %
No    27 %
Question #2
How often do you play the U.K Lotto? (to those who answered “Yes” in Q#1)
Once or more per week    63 %
Once or more per month    23 %
A few times per year    14 %
Question #3
The U.K. government restricts residents from playing Lotto’s and Lotteries from other countries. Would you play the Lotteries of other countries? (to all)
Yes    30 %
No    70 %
Question #4
What is the average amount you pay per week to play the UK Lottery? (To those who play once or more per week in Q#2)
Five Pounds British Sterling     %
Question #5
Which of the following choices BEST describes why you would not want to play the Lotteries of other countries, as you indicated in Question #3?
lack of money    11 %
I like the U.K. Lotto    25 %
I like that U.K. Lotto money stay in the U.K    17 %
I’m not able to play other Lottos    29 %
I don’t believe in gambling    17 %
Question #6
Is it important that British troops remain in Iraq until the war is won?
Yes    21 %
No    79 %
Question #7
Do you support Canadian and British troops presently in Afghanistan?
Yes    64 %
No    36 %
Residents of the United Kingdom enjoy playing their lotteries. Nearly one-half of the residents play the U.K Lottery once or more per week and average approximately 250 British pound sterling per year on the draws. After factoring respondents from Question #5 it is clear that approximately 50% of U.K. Lotto players would also like to play other Lotto(s)/Lottery (ies).
These U.K. ‘players’, particularly the men, are more inclined to support British troops in Iraq, and more certainly British troops working with Canadian troops in Afghanistan.
The message here is that with Democrat powerhouse Nancy Pelosi quashing the notion of Democratic support of more troops in Iraq, President George W. Bush and Arizona Republican (war hero), and Republican favourite John McCain had better come up with a plan to win this vicious battle, and bring the U.S. out of its ‘funk’.
Canadians are perceived by residents of the United Kingdom “to be like Sweden, only tougher.” The British know a little something about tough, they took tyrant Hitler’s best against all odds, and finished him off (with some help from Canada and the United States).
Those Lotto players in the U.K. who support war efforts abroad provide approximately $2,000,000,000 in taxes/quasi taxes from their Lotto/Lottery purchases.

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