Daylight Saving Time is getting ready to end at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013, and that means it will be time to turn the clocks back one hour. Many are excited about the extra hour of sleep, but so many would rather it happen during the work week. Yet, according to Yahoo Finance, there are those actually wish it would be done away with entirely.
A national survey taken last year found that 45 percent of Americans believe turning back the clocks is not a problem at all, but 40 percent just don't find it to be worth the hassle. The remaining 15 percent didn't really know what to think.
Some say that Daylight Saving Time saves energy and helps in the long run, but that may not be true. Some studies and research have shown that it doesn't decrease energy use at all.
There are even groups that have come together to help abolish Daylight Saving Time and don't believe anyone should turn the clocks back. Well, their frame of mind is that if it saves energy, why not do it year-round? If it doesn't prove to send energy, then it should be done away with altogether.
While the extra hour of light at night does mean more time to go spend more money and put it into the economy; the lack of synchronization with European Daylight Saving Time change actually hurts the profit of the airline industry.
Other issues include health problems, money loss, and a number of other issues. Are you for it or against it?