In last night's Democratic primary in Kentucky, four out of every 10 voters did not vote for President Barack Obama, who ran unopposed. Those voters who didn't pick Obama went with "uncommitted" instead.
And, according to Louisville's Courier-Journal newspaper, in 67 of Kentucky's 120 counties, "uncommitted" received more votes than the president.
Results in Arkansas' Democratic primary were similar. A virtual nobody ran against Obama in that race and siphoned off about the same amount of votes.