I agree with KY Floyd as well. The game cannot be random if they alter the game to keep people from winning, and their costs down. I voted "They don't need to."
It would truely be a waste of time for the lottery commission to research the methods that people use to win. It's a business, and it's a game. They WANT people to win. It doesn't matter, win or lose, people will still play.
The Ohio Lottery grosses $20-$25 million in INSTANT ticket sales alone every week I'm betting on more people playing MM and instants than they do P3 and P4.