How Obama changed Hawaii's politics
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Native son: Hawaiians reflect on Obama's presidency

On his 55th birthday, President Barack Obama's approval ratings have returned to highs he last saw in 2013.

Hawaii voters helped get their native son elected in 2008 and 2012 with huge majorities.

Mr Obama has remained an overwhelmingly popular figure in the island state.

Veteran political analyst Dan Boylan explains what impact Obama has had there and what's next for Hawaii politically.

Video by Katie Beck. Produced by Sarah Svoboda

  • 04 Aug 2016
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