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Reader Polls Feedback for:  October 15, through October 24, 2012
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Question:

On October 15, 2012, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement published in the New Jersey Register their regulations for sports betting. It appears New Jersey, even though facing huge lawsuits is continuing their efforts to allow sport betting in New Jersey Casinos, race tracks and various joint ventures. Today only Nevada is allowed to have sports betting. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question . . . Do you think New Jersey should be allowed to offer sports betting?   Why or why not?   What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!   (See other readers’ opinions below.)


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Reader Poll Replies:

I dont understand why each state cannot have sports betting.   Linda E.  Chicago IL

Since Las Vegas started sports betting they have had a strangle hold on other states.  Not sure but I think it would be good for other states to allow sports betting to increase revenue in this economic time of need.  Then Obama can tell people to stay away from those states also.  Roger J. 

Yes New Jersey should be allowed to accept sports betting. I have never seen a time when open competion was a bad thing. This will legalize what is happening anyway, add to the tax base, and possibly create a chance for the sports bettor to get some competition in the odds. Dave Preisch   tucson/az

it really doesnt matter to me, i dont think people should bet on athletes.  Athletes are not the most quality people that are above approach so i dont think betting on them doing the right thing is not sound.  Elizabeth J. 

Seeing most athletes end up in the news doing dumb things i dont think i want to spend my hard earned money on them performing.  Ryan Jennings

I like to bet on certain teams and having Atlantic City offer sports betting would make me happy.  J B  New York City

 

 

 

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