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Politics as Unusual

Research reveals that we might not be as politically polarized as we think. (03:23)

As the 2020 election looms, it might seem like our communities are more polarized than ever before. But according to University of Arizona political scientist Samara Klar, recent research shows that the coronavirus pandemic has an unexpected silver lining when it comes to our politics: by actually bringing us all closer together.

Producer: Bryan Nelson
Editor: John DeSoto
Videographer: Nate Huffman

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