About two-thirds of Americans believe the country is on the wrong track. So Jesse Watters took a trip down to West Virginia to see what the folks think heading into Election Day.

He asked around about what the locals think is good about America and what is not so good. The top positive mentioned was freedom, specifically freedom of speech and the right to bear arms.  

One woman said a great thing is that "we're going to have a woman president." That view is not shared among the majority of West Virginians, who are deeply opposed to President Obama and Hillary Clinton's coal-killing policies. Donald Trump is expected to carry the state handily. 

Here are some answers on what people don't like about America right now...

Watch the segment above and tune in Saturday at 8:00pm ET for Watters' World - hear from Kimberly Guilfoyle, Katie Pavlich, Julie Roginsky, Pete Hegseth and Bernard McGuirk just days from Election Day. Plus, Jesse talks to NFL coaching legend Mike Ditka, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and pollster Scott Rasmussen.

You'll also see more from Jesse's trip to Appalachia. 

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