Should the U.S. Adopt Permanent Daylight Saving Time to Eliminate the Need to ‘Spring Forward’ & ‘Fall Back’? (S. 623)

Do you support or oppose this bill?

  • 663
    Voted Nay

    I oppose DST. Do not make it permanent, obolish it.

  • 241
    Voted Yea

    We need to put an end to this ritual which causes issues rather than solves them. 

  • 73
    last Tuesday

    I do not support making Daylight Saving Time permanent. It has been proven that it is bad for the health of the American people. It goes against our natural circadian rhythms. Productivity is reduced. There are more workplace injuries. If those are not reasons enough to abolish DLS, at the very least, children should not have to wait in the dark to get on their school buses.

  • 282
    Voted Nay

    Eliminate Daylight Saving Time and go back to Standard Time year-round, no more changing of clocks. Standard Time is better, and there's no reason why we should want to change the clocks so it's nearly 9pm when the sun sets in the summer.

  • 404
    Voted Yea

    It bears consideration that this will require redesigning virtually every date-based database and spreadsheet to simplify the way that date in seconds is converted to date in days-months-hours-minutes-second.  

  • 54
    Voted Yea
    Yesterday at 1:27 AM

    Please, please, please!!! 🙏🙏🙏

  • 45
    Voted Yea
    last Tuesday

    I'm honestly shocked this hasn't happened yet. There are no benefits to DST in the modern-era and in-fact causes more harm than it does good.

  • 72
    Voted Yea
    last Monday

    Please support this bill.

  • 602
    Voted Yea

    I don't care about the farmers and etc 

  • 47
    Voted Nay

    Daylight savings is a detriment to all those who work for a living, as well as our school aged children. It means going into work or school earlier and causes fatigue and stress.  The United States should be on the same time as the rest of the world making daylight saving permanent is a horrible idea. Having daylight savings at all is a horrible idea.