Far more lottery tickets are sold in low and middle income neighborhoods than in high-income areas, according to a computer-assisted study by the Austin American-Statesman. The American-Statesman finds that since the Texas lottery began in 1992, sales averaged 491 tickets per household in the poorest third of the state by 366 in per household in the richest third.
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