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US Citizens Say No to Anti Online Casino Act

At a recently conducted poll, an overwhelming majority of the people participating, said that they do not approve of the growing negative stand towards online casino sites, and online gambling, taken by the U.S government. The poll included 30,000 likely voters, and 78% of them answered “No”, when asked about the government’s approach. Online casino sites, and the online gambling industry, are currently the focus of legislators, and the future of online casino sites is on the line.

What makes the U.S citizens object to their government’s act is the belief that adult citizens have the freedom to choose their own online activities. Online casino players are adults, and as such, they are free to make their own choices. The public does not want their tax dollars to be spent on fighting the online casino sites, considering the fact that there are more important battles to fight right now. The polls show that the public does not believe that the online casino industry is a problem that needs to be addressed now, or possibly ever.

The poll is not an official policy maker, and we should expect the U.S government to pursue its campaign against online casino sites. If you are a lover of online casino sites, then you should keep your favorite online casino in mind next time you choose the people who are going to represent your interests. The poll makes it clear that the U.S public is all for online gambling. We will have to wait and see what kind of influence the U.S public will have on its government. The large part of online players come from the U.S, and making the online industry illegal for them could damage the entire online gambling industry worldwide.

OCA News Editor

Jenny McKinnley is OCA’s financial correspondent. After spending years on the trading floor in both NY and London, she offers insight from the inside out on world financial news and events.