Has the vogue for gambling peaked among young males? A report from the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania offers a mixed verdict. Among boys age 14-17, 6.6 percent reported playing cards for money on a weekly basis, down from 12.3 percent last year. Among men 18-22, though, the incidence of weekly card playing for cash rose, from 12.7 percent last year to 16.3 percent this year, "reflecting the continued popularity of card playing among youth in college." The poll found a similar divergence in gambling online—up among 18-22s, but down among 14-17s. Girls and young women were less likely to play for real stakes. For instance, 8.9 percent of women 18-22 reported any sort of weekly gambling for money, vs. 24.9 percent of men in that age bracket. Similarly, 5.6 percent of girls 14-17 reported any sort of weekly gambling for money, vs. 12.7 percent of the boys that age.