Why Obama’s post-election bounce won’t endear him to Republicans

President Barack Obama has received a bump in his job approval figures. Obama’s net approval stands at +9 percentage points in post-election polls. That’s the highest it’s been since the killing of Osama Bin Laden.

Why is Obama’s approval on the rise and does it mean Republicans might be more supportive of him in the months to come? [cont.]

Harry Enten, The Guardian