By Laura Ricks
LCP Communications Manager
The odds of winning the Powerball are 1 in about 292 million (292,201,338 to be exact). Yet, I read an article that said even when the jackpot is low, an average of 30 million people buy. When the jackpot is high, that number can grow to 300 million.
Them’s some long odds. Yet that doesn’t stop people from betting.
But here’s the really weird thing. When it comes to something even more important than money, like their life, people won’t do simple things, even when the odds are much more in their favor.