I can't stand daylight savings time.
It might have made sense in World War I, when many people didn't have electricity for lighting, but now it's just a major drag. "Oooh, but I like getting an extra hour of light at night." I don't. I don't like going to bed when it's still light out.
And I hate the changeover. As I get older it gets harder and harder to adapt physically to waking up an hour earlier. Study after study shows the effect of this one day on lost productivity, increased car accidents, etc.
A couple years ago I came up with a way to smooth the changeover. One week before changeover, I start setting my alarm ahead 10 minutes per day. I don't get out of bed or anything, I just set the alarm to wake me up. Ten minutes per day doesn't seem as bad as a full hour in "cold turkey" fashion, so that's how I work my way towards getting up that hour early.
When I'm elected world dictator, daylight savings time goes away.