The odds of winning a lottery are so small, it may be easier to find a lottery winner in Georgia than anywhere else in the United States.
The state’s lottery has the highest odds of beating out all other states at winning a $100,000 jackpot, according to a report by the website lottery bible.
Georgia has the seventh-highest odds of a winning the jackpot with a 3.5% chance of being chosen, according the study.
But the odds are lower than any state other than South Dakota, the only state with a higher lottery winner rate than Georgia.
The odds vary based on the state’s population.
For example, South Dakota has the lowest odds of being selected, with just a 0.4% chance, while Georgia has an average of 2.5%.
The state with the lowest chances of winning is New Mexico with 0.3%.
Other states with higher odds include Idaho, Wyoming and Alaska.
There are a number of other factors that determine a lottery’s odds, such as the size of the prize pool, the size and location of the state lottery office and the type of lottery.
The United States is one of only four countries with no federal lottery, but the lottery has emerged as a big moneymaker in recent years.
The U.S. Department of Treasury in 2015 awarded Georgia more than $5 billion in lottery profits, according a report from the Economic Policy Institute.
It said Georgia had the seventh largest lottery jackpot in the nation.
The jackpot is worth about $1 million, but winners don’t have to live near the jackpots, and the state doesn’t need to make a specific claim.
The lottery is supposed to be a game of luck and a game where people are encouraged to play a lot, and it’s important for people to know what they have to do to win the lottery, said David Miller, an economics professor at the University of Georgia.
But, he said, the state should be more transparent about the lottery.
Miller said the lottery doesn’t have the same legitimacy as the federal government, which does collect information about winners.
Georgia, which has been trying to make the jackup more transparent, is considering introducing new rules that would require winners to post a list of their business and residence addresses, Miller said.