According to one survey taken a few years ago, 32% of American households have attempted to reduce their long-distance phone bills by switching long-distance companies. Suppose that business researchers want to test to determine if this figure is still accurate today by taking a new survey of 80 American households who have tried to reduce their long-distance bills. Suppose further that of these 80 households, 25% say they have tried to reduce their bills by switching long-distance companies. Is this result enough evidence to state that a significantly different proportion of American households are trying to reduce long-distance bills by switching companies? Let α = .01.