Why Powerball fever isn't catching in Alabama

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The lure of a record Powerball jackpot had state residents pouring into neighboring Florida, Georgia and Tennessee this week, seeking a piece of the $587 million prize.

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The Buffalo Ryder

Akron, OH

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Jan 2, 2013
 
My money is mine, and if I want to play the lottery with some of it, it's no one's business but mine... butt out! As for the woes of politicians who say the revenue stream is unstable, learn to spend less you morons...
Drew

North Andover, MA

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Jan 3, 2013
 
I don’t get why power ball is catching fever, people enticed by the large payout but, those same people would probably still be quite happy with a million dollars, and Powerball has the worst odds. Wouldn’t you rather play a game with better odds but less payout. and it costs more!!
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Since: Sep 12

Santa Rosa, Philippines

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Jan 7, 2013
 
I don't have any theory on that...only my observation. Maybe some Alabama state lottery is not focusing on marketing Powerball in their area. Maybe, people here are not aware of Powerball? huh? or maybe, people here don't like to play Powerball, they choose to play other lottery games...

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