A television program in conjunction with a researcher conducted a makeover of a Hardee’s Restaurant. The main room had bright lights and loud music. In a separate room, the renovation brought in plants, paintings, indirect lighting, and white tablecloths and candles on the tables. The amount of time a random sample of patrons spent in the restaurant for each room was recorded. Is there enough evidence to infer that when the restaurant features bright lights and loud music customers spend less time in the restaurant?