NPR travels to Anderson to find out whether Hoosiers, who went Democratic for the first time in decades and helped put Barack Obama in the White House, have any buyer's remorse:
George W. Bush won this county in both 2000 and 2004. But in 2008, like the state as a whole, it flipped and went Democratic, driven by economic worries and by the intense enthusiasm of Obama supporters.
Today, that enthusiasm has diminished. A new Indiana poll puts Obama's approval rating at 44 percent; 53 percent disapprove.
Glad they're coming to their senses, but it would have been nice if they'd thought things through a little more carefully in the fir