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The uneasy relationship between President Obama and coal-state Democrats is on display at the party's convention this week, with delegates from states such as West Virginia and Kentucky openly acknowledging the president has dug himself a hole.
As President Obama is in the middle of a two-day "Betting on America" bus tour across Ohio and Pennsylvania, political analysts said he will have to reassemble the "hope and change" demographic coalition of 2008 that relied on a high turnout of youths and blacks, and winning a larger-than-usual percentage of Hispanics and whites. By most accounts, that will be easier said than done.
President Obama isn't doing so well in some of his party primaries where a surprisingly large number of Democrats are giving him the thumbs down.
President Obama is so unpopular that in Tuesday's primary, 4 out of 10 West Virginia Democrats voted for a federal inmate. Keith Judd, otherwise known as prisoner No. 11593-051, doesn't even live in the Mountain State.