A nationwide random survey of 1500 adults asked about attitudes

  

A nationwide random survey of 1500 adults asked about attitudes toward “alternative medicine” such as acupuncture, massage therapy, and herbal therapy. Among the respondents 720 said they would use alternative medicine if traditional medicine was not producing the results they wanted. At a 0.02 level is there sufficient evidence that less than 50% of adults would use alternative medicine if traditional medicine was not producing the results they wanted?