In the article “Should Daylight Savings Time Become Permanent” (BTW 2021) I learned that daylight savings started back in the 1900s. The reason this started was to save fuel during world war I. Americans would then have to set their clock back one hour to prioritize the shortened length of daylight during the months of winter. Some legislators want to make daylight savings all year round. But the question is, Should it be permanent? if you said yes these will help you in your argument. Making this permanent will not mess with Americans’ sleep schedules having to change their clocks twice a year. Americans tend to spend less money during standard time than they would during daylight savings time, so would be great for the economy. Now if you feel like daylight savings shouldn’t be permanent, these will help you in your argument. Daylight savings cost won’t reduce energy costs because the majority of Americans use the same amount of power whether day or night. A decrease in worker productivity during past periods of daylight savings has been shown by studies.
Where would I place my statement you ask? i would not be able to stand firmly on either side simply because both sides will require some kind of sacrifice and wouldn’t really know what would best benefit me. However I am very interested in what you think, so feel free to share.