Watters World meets the Jersey shore: ‘Who would Tony Soprano vote for?’

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Ahead of New Jersey’s presidential primary, Fox News’ Jesse Watters got Jersey shore locals to weigh in on the election race.

The man-on-the-street style interviews in the “Watters World” segment that aired on Monday’s “The O’Reilly Factor” revealed a variety of reactions from the boardwalk of Seaside Heights.

Donald Trump had plenty of supporters who shared their reasons for backing the presumptive Republican nominee.


“He’s not a liar, and he’s not a socialist,” one woman said. “Everything he says is what people want to say,” shared one man.

Jersey shore views on Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders varied.

“I already got burned a few times. So, after these last seven years I got burned, I don’t need anymore of it,” one man noted when asked if he was “feeling the Bern.” Watters asked another man if he thought Clinton was a “Jersey girl.”

“Oh my God, I hope not!” he replied.



Watters also asked locals for their views on New Jersey issues, Trump’s stance on immigration and he couldn’t resist asking who fictional New Jersey mobster Tony Soprano would vote for.

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