With the Odds High We Still Play the Lottery With the Hope of Winning
Plan and simple, playing the lottery is way of letting people dream. Dream of paying off bills, buying a new house or car, helping our family, yet the odds of winning are rare. We know the odds are high but we still buy a ticket with the hope of winning. The lottery is the solution to all of our problems and it takes little to no effort to play and for just a couple of dollars, the chance to win millions is there.
The lottery is $70 billion a year industry outperforming the music, movie and porn industries combined. It’s an all-inclusive game were people from all walks of life can play and have the same chance of winning, but households making less than $12,400 a year play the most. While it is easy to purchase a ticket and they are cheap to buy, most people buy them because ‘everyone else I know is doing it’, especially when the jackpot reaches the hundreds of millions. While many people play for many different reasons, the main reason is, it let's us dream.