President Obama easily won Tuesday night's Democratic primary in Kentucky, capturing 58 percent of the vote.
That sounds like a solid victory. But with the president running unopposed in the Bluegrass State that means more than four in 10 voters didn't pick him.
Who did they choose instead? Forty-two percent (42%) of those going to the polls rejected the president in favor of "uncommitted."
And, according to Louisville's Courier-Journal newspaper, in 67 of Kentucky's 120 counties, "uncommitted" received more votes than the president.
Over in Arkansas, where he had an actual opponent, Obama lost a similar percentage of the vote. According to preliminary returns from the state's open primary, John Wolfe, a lawyer from Tennessee, is polling at about 40 percent.