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July 6, 2009

Quinnipiac University Polling institute recently released the results of a poll in Ohio. The results show that 65% of people in Ohio polled are in favor of slot machines being added to race tracks. 60% of residents are in favor of casinos being built in Ohio. This is a major reversal from years of residents voting against gambling expansion.

Favorable reason why people have changed their minds about gambling is additional jobs and increase of state revenues. Expanded gambling will keep Ohioans taxes from rising.

Currently there is a proposal that has received enough signatures for voters in November. The proposal is for the development of four new casinos in major cities Toledo, Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati. The recent poll results show that voters may be in favor of the new gambling expansion.

The poll has a 2.8% point margin of error.

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