(CNN) - Clinton's support among African-American voters appears to be dropping, according to new exit polls from both states.
In Indiana where African-Americans made up 14 percent of the voters, Obama won 92 percent of that demographic while Clinton only got 8 percent. That compares to 13 percent of the African-American vote Clinton won in Ohio and the 10 percent she received in Pennsylvania two weeks ago.
Clinton's African-American support was even less in North Carolina. There Obama received 91 percent while the New York senator only received 6 percent. (Related video: Clinton and the black vote)
Compared another southern state, the state of Georgia which voted on Super Tuesday, Clinton got 11 percent of the African American vote.