/ Modified aug 25, 2016 2 p.m.

Level of Party Dissatisfaction 'Unprecedented,' Expert Says

Political scientist Samara Klar thinks turnout could swing to either extreme.

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A dislike of major-party candidates this election cycle reveals a bigger trend, says University of Arizona political scientist Samara Klar, though it has reached a new level. We asked for her analysis in the final installment of our weeklong series on the presidential election race in Arizona.

Listen to Klar discuss the dynamics in this campaign season with Lorraine Rivera in Part 5 of “Arizona, Red or Blue?”

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