Two in three Americans say they don’t remember the last time they wore real pants. In a survey of 2,000 American respondents who currently work from home, four in five say they spend the nine-to-five wearing PJ’s or comfy clothes. It’s no surprise then that seven in ten of those polled say they much prefer working from home than heading into the office every day. Even though the respondents live where they work, 44 percent say they’ve still been “late” to clock in and six in ten say they have taken a nap during the day. Nearly three-quarters (70%) say they’ve been more productive since working from home than they were in the office. More than half of those surveyed said they’ve napped on the clock (59%) or “worked from bed” (57%). And of those who have swapped their desk for their bed, respondents say close to four hours of their workday was spent there — which amounts to nearly half their workweek.