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Bets & Booze Survey

The Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC) at the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) is conducting a study to improve understanding of the relationships and interplay between gambling, alcohol and other drug use, and related harms among young people aged 16-35 years.

Findings will inform the development of innovative, evidence-based, and targeted prevention strategies to improve the health, social and economic outcomes for affected individuals, their peers, families, and communities.

This is a confidential online survey that will ask you about:

  • gambling behaviours
  • alcohol consumption and/or use of other drugs
  • interactions with peers, and
  • general health and wellbeing.

It should take around 15 minutes to complete.

Your time is valuable. To thank you for participating, you may choose to go into a draw for a $200 gift voucher, which will be awarded to five randomly selected participants.

The survey will be open until end of September 2022.

More information about the research is also available here: Participant Information Sheet: Bets & Booze Survey

Before we get started we need to check that you agree to participate in this survey.

Please select "Next" to continue with the survey if you are happy to participate after reading this information.

I understand/agree that:

  • I am 16 years of age or over and live in Australia;
  • This research is being conducted by the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS);
  • The survey is voluntary and confidential and I can choose to stop at any time;
  • Any personal information (e.g., name, email) that I provide in the survey will not be shared with anyone else and will be securely deleted once data collection is completed; and
  • Results may be published, however, my responses are confidential and individuals will not be identified in any publications.