New study says crime rates are higher when daylight savings time ends
from Pioneer Press
A study by two researchers — Nicholas Sanders, an economics professor at the College of William and Mary, and Jennifer Doleac, a University of Virginia economics professor — concluded that daylight saving time across all time zones reduced robbery by 51 percent, murder by 43 percent and rape by 56 percent in a three-week period during the "extra" hour of evening daylight.
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