More chance of being murdered than winning the lottery.


Lottery vs Murder

Millions upon millions of people play the lottery each and every week in the hope of winning that life changing amount of money. Whether its scratch cards or daily and weekly draws all it takes is for your numbers to come up and life will never be the same again.

But in reality what are the chances of winning mega millions on the lottery?? According to lottery draws and mathematicians the chances are about 1 in a 176 million. More likely is the chance of been murdered, the odds of that happening are a shocking 1 in 18 thousand. The chances of winning big are very very slim but whats the harm it taking your chances with lady luck.Especially when we take more of a risk walking the streets and going around our daily lives.

More vs lottery….

Higher odds than winning the lottery include..
-Death by a vending machine. This may sound ridiculous but the odds of this happening are 1 in 12 million. this affects an average of 2 US citizens a year.
-Death from being left handed. The odds of happening are approximately 1 in 4.4 million. the deaths caused by this are mainly due to right handed products been used incorrectly.
-Becoming a movie star also hosts better odds than winning big stardom is a better bet coming in at 1 in 1.5 million.
– Ballot paper at the ready as chance of becoming President are 1 in 10 million.

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One Response to More chance of being murdered than winning the lottery.

  1. Mary Magdelene says:

    Official UK home office figures state that a woman is murdered by her partner/spouse every three days… don’t notice anyone winning the lottery every three days!!! God Bless, Mary Magdelene

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