Daylight savings time is supposed to save energy, and is likely the creation of some lame-brained Liberals–I will get back to you on that.
It turns out that daylight savings time costs an estimated $433,982,548 for the U.S. economy. The Lost-Hour Economic Index breaks down the economic loss state by state across the top 360 metropolitan areas, blaming a number of factors, including fatigue.
According to the index, Morgantown, W.Va., suffered the greatest loss per capita, with each person losing about $3.38 during the time switch. Least affected? Provo-Orem, Utah, where each person only lost about 97 cents.
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En masse, the New York/Northern New Jersey/Long Island area was most affected, losing an estimated $29,682,674, which essentially points out that Liberalism is costly even when the do LESS than nothing.