Don't miss "Fox News Reporting: Voter Revolt," Friday at 10:00pm ET on Fox News Channel, and re-airing on Saturday and Sunday at 8:00pm ET.


A real estate billionaire/reality TV star and a 74-year-old socialist scored huge victories in the New Hampshire primaries this week. 

So what's driving the support for these unlikely contenders in the 2016 presidential race? 

Bret Baier will get to the bottom of that in a new Fox News Reporting special: "Voter Revolt," talking to Americans who are moving away from traditional politicians. 

For instance, this New Hampshire tattoo artist who is offering free Trump tattoos...

Bret sat down with Bob Holmes, who said he has never voted before in his life, but Trump's candidacy changed that.

"It's a revolt against the politicians who are running the country now and doing such a bang-up job," he quipped.

And then there's Rev. Franklin Graham, who declared recently that he would be leaving the Republican Party. 

The influential evangelist tells Bret that he feels like faith voters have been "taken for granted" by Republicans, who just assume evangelical Christians will vote for the GOP nominee.

Bret will also take a look at the other side, speaking to a Black Lives Matter supporter who feels betrayed by the Democratic Party. And he'll meet a small business owner who found it easier to come out as gay than to come out as a Trump supporter.

Don't miss "Fox News Reporting: Voter Revolt," Friday at 10:00pm ET on Fox News Channel, and re-airing on Saturday and Sunday at 8:00pm ET.


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