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This survey reveals what people really think of the way people take their hour lunch.
Back in the day it was a tradition, nearly compulsory, to head to the local pub on a lunch break.
Especially on paydays!
But a recent YouGov poll has revealed how the tables have turned in recent years and what people really think of the tradition of a lunch time 'swift half'.
Apparently 60% of the people surveyed said that a lunchtime invite to the pub should be met with a "resounding no" even if it is part of a meal.
On the other end of the spectrum a mere 32% think a little tipple on your break is fine.
It was also found that men are more likely to head to the pub on a lunch break and 43% of all Londoners asked support the lunchtime tradition.
However the ritual of heading to the pub during the day could be coming back into fashion as 46% 18-24 year olds are in favour of it.