• Kishan Patel

Affected Other Harms in 11-16 year old School Students

Updated: Jan 29

Young People and Gambling 2020

The findings are taken from the data tables of the annual Young People and Gambling Survey, conducted in 2020 by Ipsos Mori on behalf of the Gambling Commission.


These statistics seemed significantly noteworthy to us but have been omitted from discussion within the overall report.

  • In 11-16 year old school students in England and Scotland:

  • Lost sleep at night because of worrying about a family member’s gambling

  • rarely or sometimes or often or all the time: 4.9%

  • often or all the time: 1.3%

  • Not had enough food (food at home or money on school canteen card/account)

  • rarely or sometimes or often or all the time: 1.8%

  • often or all the time: 1.1%

  • Stopped you from belonging to clubs or doing activities you like doing

  • rarely or sometimes or often or all the time: 1.3%

  • often or all the time: 1.0%

  • Stopped you from going on trips (e.g. family holidays or school outings)

  • rarely or sometimes or often or all the time: 1.8%

  • often or all the time: 0.9%

  • Parent’s or guardians have less time to spend with you

  • rarely or sometimes or often or all the time: 1.6%

  • often or all the time: 1.0%

  • More arguments or tension at home

  • rarely or sometimes or often or all the time: 2.1%

  • often or all the time: 1.2%

  • Has made you feel sad

  • rarely or sometimes or often or all the time: 2.4%

  • often or all the time: 0.6%

  • Has made you feel worried

  • rarely or sometimes or often or all the time: 2.9%

  • often or all the time: 0.7%

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