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Should daylight saving time be abolished?

Should daylight saving time be abolished?

Yes

5

No

1

Yes

5 Comments
jill Travoss
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jill Travoss

The time change serves no purpose. It is disruptive to children and adults alike.

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David Allman
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David Allman

More people die in car and related accidents from such an abrupt change in their routine. And it's twice every year that this happens.

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JI Ma
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JI Ma

It all depends on your geographic location IN the time zone whether there is any benefit .

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Juan Israel Ortiz
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Juan Israel Ortiz

It seems pointless to keep doing it in a world that runs 24/7. It's a tactic that may have worked at conserving energy in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. But in a world that runs non-stop, it just seems unnecessary. And that's without mentioning the alleged health problems it causes.

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Hogzzy
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Hogzzy

It's taxing on mental health to be constantly adjusting the time just so companies get to have workers come in earlier and have an excuse for it.

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No

1 Comment
DOUGLAS M. STEARNS
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DOUGLAS M. STEARNS

Because I love changing my clock back forth every year!!!!!! 🕐☹️

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Yes, it's still 90 degrees outside, but are you ready for college football?

Yes, it's still 90 degrees outside, but are you ready for college football?

Yes, bring it on!

0

No, it's still baseball season.

1

Yes, bring it on!

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No, it's still baseball season.

1 Comment
Are high gas prices making you consider owning an electric vehicle at some point in the future?

Are high gas prices making you consider owning an electric vehicle at some point in the future?

Yes

1

No

2

Yes

1 Comment
Donna Palivoda
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Donna Palivoda

ELECTRIC CARS ARE COMING ANYWAY, MIGHT AS WELL GET IN LINE

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No

2 Comments
Joel McMichael
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Joel McMichael

Time is too short to be wasting it waiting for your vehicle to charge,. especially since an authority on the future, AOC, has publically stated that the world will end in 12 years.

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Linda Daly
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Linda Daly

The price is far beyond what I can afford, even if the manufacturers could get all the parts to continue a constant output. We should focus first on getting the raw materials from other than China, manufacturing parts here, and insure an electric grid that can accommodate the extra demand.

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