Market research has shown that Americans will continue to eat out even in a depressed economy. A market analysis during the most recent recession showed the following distribution of visits to the various types of restaurants:
Fast food (36%)
Quick casual (29%)
Casual dining (15%)
Family style (15%)
Fine dining (5%)
A new survey of 250 Americans reported the following types of visits on their last restaurant visit: 95 visited a fast food establishment, 68 visited a quick casual restaurant, 38 visited a casual dining restaurant, 30 visited a family style restaurant, and 19 visited a fine dining establishment. Does this sample indicate that the distribution of type of restaurant visited has changed since the market analysis shown above was conducted? Conduct a chi-square GOF test to answer this research question.

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