Well, Indiana has given in to peer pressure and decided to have mandatory daylight saving time. Can you believe the governor made this "one of his top economic priorities"? How is this a) economic and b) more important than real issues?
I will continue to hate the arbitrary clock changing, even if my home state has gone insane. So, it looks like the last holdouts against it are Arizona, Hawaii, and Alaska. Alaska and Hawaii aren't in the temperate zone where DST can do any "good" anyway, so I doubt they'll ever go for it. The Navajo reservation covering large portions of Arizona observes DST, so will the rest of the state follow now that they don't have Indiana to keep them company?