Italy: willingness to spend a lottery win on a holiday by amount 2018

This statistic illustrates the amount Italians would spend on a holiday if they won a lottery prize of 10,000 euro, according to a survey made among Italians aged 18 - 65 in 2018. The survey results show that about two thirds of respondents stated that they would spend between 1,000 and 4,000 euro on a holiday if they won a lottery. By contrast, only three percent of respondents stated they would spend over 8,000 euro.

If you won a lottery prize of 10,000 euro, how much would you spend on a holiday?

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Source

Release date

April 2018

Region

Italy

Survey time period

April 2018

Number of respondents

1,000 respondents

Age group

18-65 years

Supplementary notes

The source does not provide information on the original wording used during the survey. Thus, the wording chosen for this statistic may differ slightly from the one in the survey.

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