Wednesday, August 17, 2022


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Japanese public support for IR construction falls below 23 percent


Never a popular policy in the first place, the recent casino bribery scandal has lowered Japanese public support for the construction of domestic IRs

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Almost two thirds of Japanese oppose IRs


Japan’s public continues to be firmly opposed to IRs, with a new survey finding 60 percent are hostile on concern that public security will deteriorate. 

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Strong anti-casino sentiment in Yokohama


The Yokohama municipal government revealed the results of its public comment period regarding its urban development plans, and in the process admitted

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Former Royal Time Group head declared bankrupt


Rashid Teymasov, the former head of Royal Time Group has been declared bankrupt, while the company he headed has exited all projects in other Russian

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Casino legislation remains deeply unpopular


Among Japanese lawmakers, dominated by conservative political parties, there is strong support for passage of the IR Implementation Bill in the curren

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Public plurality favors Nagasaki IR bid


A public opinion poll in Nagasaki has found that the plurality of the general public supports hosting an IR in the local area. The survey, conducted b

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Japanese public still opposes IR development


While the national authorities and local governments are preparing for the advent of IRs sometime in the mid-2020s, a new poll from Jiji Press underli

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Thai govt. lottery not worth it: Poll


Over 60 percent of respondents to a recent online poll have said the Thai government lottery is not worth playing. The poll, run by The Phuket News, r

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Congress’ push for casino opinion poll a joke: BJP


Goa's ruling party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has criticized the opposition Congress' idea for an opinion poll on casinos in the state, terming

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Poll results support nation-wide greyhound racing ban


Over 82 percent of people in a recent Facebook poll voted in favor of an Australia-wide ban on greyhound racing. Run by ABC’s Lateline, nearly 22,00

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Australian voters are opposed to online in-play liberalization; leaked poll


Liberalizing online gambling laws, including allowing in-play betting will cost the Australian government votes at the next federal election, accordin

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