I found this particular survey on the Memphis Business Journal blog site. It summarized previous findings that "80% of North Americans do not take a lunch break". I am unsure where they got this specific number because the results in the study described in the article do not add up to 80%. What they did find, however, is a growing amount of employees eating lunch at their desks while continuing work. After the short article, a reader is able to fill out the survey for themselves. What I found interesting was the small note at the bottom of the survey. The Memphis Business Journal made sure that participants were aware that results were only relative towards this blog's readers. I think this was important to mention because if you weren't aware of this you may think these were the results of all employees (which they made it seem in the title). But in the fine print you can recognize that only readers of this specific blog are taking part in the survey. So the results are not generalizable, but interesting for other bloggers and readers to notice.