Mickey points out that Jackson got a mere 5 - 10 percent of the white vote in South Carolina to Obama's 25 percent or so. Richelieu notes that if you're looking at demographics, Obama isn't the candidate the Dems should be worried about:

The candidate with the more limited demographic appeal is clearly Hillary Clinton, who so far has proven herself a rock star only to the Virginia Slims-'n'-menopause set and their sensible-shoe-wearing sisters in the upper middle classes.

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