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How to make the most of the lottery numbers

How to make the most of the lottery numbers

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The odds of winning a $1 million lottery jackpot in New York City may be as slim as a 1 in 30 million, according to a new study.

A Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that the odds of beating the odds on a $10,000 ticket to play the lottery at the state lottery on Sunday were as low as 1 in 3,959, down from 1 in 1,856 last year.

The results were based on responses from 2,500 lottery winners in New Jersey and New York.

The odds of finding a $2 million ticket at a New Jersey lottery jackpots are 1 in 18,000, according the poll.

In the United States, there are only 3,827 winners on the $10 million jackpot, according an analysis by Bloomberg News published on Tuesday.

A $5 million jackup in Connecticut, home to the state’s largest lottery, would give the winner a chance of winning more than $8 million.

A New Jersey Lottery spokeswoman said that the lottery’s odds on winning a ticket are “not in line” with those in the United Kingdom, where the winning jackpot is about $100 million.

“We can’t speak to that.

They have their own data, so we don’t have that,” said the spokeswoman, Kristin Smith.

“They’re not comparing our odds to those of other states, which they do.”

A spokeswoman for the New York State Lottery said she could not provide information on the lottery jackup.

The lottery, in a statement, said it is “working with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to update the lottery odds.”

The New Jersey Department of Financial Services said it will update its own data on lottery odds by the end of September.

The state is one of two states that do not publish lottery data.