Turn the clocks back before you go to bed on Saturday night as Daylight Savings Time ends at at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 3. This is the wee hours of the morning for most. If you turn the clocks back before going to bed, you won’t have to play that game with half the clocks in your house running on Daylight Savings Time and the other half on standard time because the newer electronics turn all by themselves.
According to Yahoo Finance on Nov. 1, a new survey seems to indicate what folks are thinking about Daylight Savings Time these days. Apparently the broadcasted reminder to Turn your clocks back once a year is something many would rather do without.
This time of year the reminder is everywhere you look, as the second Sunday in November nears. Turn your clocks ahead is another term that saturates the airwaves on the first Sunday in March. Now there are people out there that don’t want to hear the command to turn your clocks back or ahead again!
A national survey done by Rasmussen Reports in March of 2012 found that 45% of American adults feel “that daylight savings is worth the hassle.” Almost as many disagree, with 40% saying they’d opt to do without it if they had a say in the matter. This leaves fifteen percent undecided. What is your take, do you think Daylight Saving Time should be retired?