According to the survey conducted by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (CVA), only 12% of the visitors in Last Vegas last year came with the intention to gamble. The number was down three points from 2013, but it was three points higher that 2010’s 19 percent. The survey reveals that 71% of the 41.1 million visitors that came to the Sin City last year bet at least once during their stay, which is more or less the same as in 2013. However, the number was down from 80% in 2010. The people who gambled had a $530 budget on average, the same as in 2013, but up about 16% from 2010. The average time spent on gambling was 2.6 hours per day, which is down 0.3 hours from 2013.
Las Vegas Visitors are Less Interested in Gambling
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