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Sunday Poll: Is Daylight Saving Time Still Necessary?

November 1, 2015 Featured, Politics/Policy, Sunday Poll 3 Comments
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It’s November, we got an extra hour of sleep last night. Well, unless your kids were up all night high on sugar. Today’s poll is very similar to a poll from last Spring:

This poll is simpler — no qualifying statements associated with each answer. The answers are presented in random order, the poll will close at 8pm.

— Steve Patterson


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  1. JZ71 says:

    Necessary? No. Useful? Yes . . . just do it year-round, and don’t go thru the gyrations of switching back and forth, twice a year . . .

  2. dwcole says:

    ok who wants it staring to get light in the summer around 4:00 am without DST? Not me, I like the longer daylight in the evenings.

  3. Mark-AL says:

    Last Sunday, Oct. 25th Daylight Savings ended in Frankfurt, where my family and I live, which meant that my kids, who remain after school each evening for extra curricular activities and who ride the train to and from school each day, approx. 75 miles each way, were forced to commute entirely in the dark every evening last week. Because their school starts at 9:15 each day to accommodate the majority of the students who are commuters, Daylight Savings works best for our schedule all 365 days of the year.


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