A recent survey of Illinois lottery winners has revealed a surprising number of people who are not eligible for the state’s lottery.

    The survey, which was conducted by the Illinois Lottery, found that a whopping 71.3 per cent of lottery winners are not Illinois residents, and the highest rate of non-resident lottery winners is found in Kansas.

    The study is a blow to the state lottery, which had already suffered from a number of issues.

    The state lottery was set up in 1965 as a means of attracting wealthy families to Illinois and attracting them to Kansas.

    It has been criticised for its lax lottery regulations and the lack of competition.

    The number of lottery-winners has also been on the rise.

    Last year, the state had 1,054,000 registered lottery players, but by the end of this year it will have almost 4.7 million.

    But this has not stopped the state from adding new players.

    The Illinois Lotteries, which oversees the lottery in Illinois, announced this week that it will add another 2,000 slots this year, which will increase the total to 6.3 million players.

    In 2014, more than 2.6 million Illinois lottery players registered to play.

    The majority of lottery players are between the ages of 18 and 34, and are more likely to be non-citizens.

    However, the majority of the players are not.

    It is estimated that almost 90 per cent are non-residents.

    The problem has been exacerbated by a weak economy in recent years.

    Last week, Governor Bruce Rauner said he was considering changing the way the state distributes lottery prizes, which is a move that has angered lottery companies.

    “We need to start focusing on making sure the state has the resources to invest in making sure it is producing a level playing field and competitive prize distribution,” Rauners office said.

    The latest survey, carried out between September 25 and October 6, also found that the most common reason given by lottery winners to not be eligible for a lottery number was lack of funds. “

    That will be our priority, and we’re going to have a conversation about that in the next few weeks.”

    The latest survey, carried out between September 25 and October 6, also found that the most common reason given by lottery winners to not be eligible for a lottery number was lack of funds.

    Among those who gave this reason, 62 per cent said they were unable to provide sufficient funds for a $100 gift card.

    More than half said they did not know how much they would be able to spend on a ticket, and a fifth said they had not thought about it at all.

    The most common reasons given by non-receiving lottery winners included that they did or did not have a family member, were too busy to work, or had not received any funds.

    The next highest reason was that they were not eligible to win.

    Among lottery winners who did not qualify for a number, about 25 per cent reported that they are unable to pay their bills.

    The vast majority of non there numbers are not even eligible for prizes, such as cash or a lottery jackpot.

    In fact, many are only eligible for an entry fee.

    Last month, the Illinois General Assembly passed legislation that would add an additional $250 per ticket to the prizes, as well as make it more difficult for lottery players to claim a prize.

    “Our lottery has had a long history of providing incentives to win, and in some cases, winning.

    This bill would make it even harder for lottery winners, and it will make it harder for them to compete,” the Governor’s Office said.

    The legislation was approved by the state House on October 14.

    A spokesman for the Illinois Governor’s office told New Scientist that the legislation would not affect any lottery ticket sales, and that the lottery would be reallocated money to help fund state-funded programs.

    He said it would also help the state keep the state going if it had to close its doors.