Greek teens less likely to smoke, get drunk than European peers but gamble more

Photo by Myrto Papadopoulos []
Photo by Myrto Papadopoulos []

In what were the highest rates among their peers in Europe, three in ten Greek youths said they gambled for money at least once, with 16 percent of them engaging in money wagers frequently.

The figures from Greece are far above the survey averages of 14 and seven percent, respectively. In second place were Montenegro and Cyprus (each on 23 percent) and in third Slovenia (21 percent).

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