A new poll in the US has revealed that the majority of Americans oppose a nationwide ban on online gaming and have a preference for the current state-by-state approach.

The national survey of registered voters was conducted by North Star Opinion and consisted of 1,000 telephone interviews between January 25th and 29th 2014.

It found that voters were concerned about an unsafe black market that is harmful to consumers and children, their skepticism about the effectiveness of prohibition, their support for individual rights, and their preference for state, rather than federal, solutions.

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