A massive new poll of 2,526 likely voters nationwide shows President Barack Obama's job approval rating jumping 4 points over the previous poll to 47%. The new Zogby Analytics Poll was conducted online on March 3-5 and has a margin of sampling error of +/- 2 percentage points. Mr. Obama's disapproval rating is now under 50% -- at 49% -- for the first time since just after his second term began.

A close look at the Zogby Poll's cross-tabulation reveals the truth behind Megan Trainor's hit song, "It's All About that Base". Mr. Obama has made impressive gains among the key sectors of the coalition that propelled him in to victory in both 2008 and 2012. He has a 58% approval rating among 18-29 year olds - just shy of the 61% he obtained in 2012 - and his numbers are 54% among 30-49 year olds. Clearly support for the President declines with age and this poll underscores the chasm between those voters over and under 50 years of age. Among 50-64 year olds, the President's approval is 40% and it drops to only 31% among those over 65 years of age.

Democrats are unequivocal in their support of their party's leader - 83% give him a positive rating, which is almost enough to offset his only 17% positive rating among Republicans and meager support among independents (33%). Liberals are at 84% support and moderates are at 49%, which is a lower figure than he obtained in his re-election. But he is winning the support for now among 19% conservatives, a figure that nearly matches his support among this group in both 2008 and 2012.

While white voters disapprove of the President (61% to only 35% approving), he is more than making up for that problem by gaining the support of 80% of Hispanics and 88% of African Americans - who combined represent more than one in five of the electorate.

Mr. Obama is back in the good graces of a majority of Catholic voters (52%) and this new poll shows him at a 35% approval rating among Born Again/evangelical voters - a little higher than usual. At the same time, the poll's sample was large enough to reach 117 Jewish voters. Mr. Obama won 70% of this group in 2012 but he is only polling 54% today. Normally, the figure is around 75% support for a Democrat because Jews are liberal for the most part. This is still a small sample but it does reveal an interesting dilemma for both the President and American Jews. Has Mr. Obama's poor relationship with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu caused an exodus from the Democratic Party? Are demographics causing a new party re-alignment? Is this temporary or permanent? And if Jewish voters seriously abandon the Democrats will they find a comfortable home in a very conservative party?

The President is strong with voters in union households (63%), among the Creative Class (56%), among Weekly Wal-Mart Shoppers (50%), voters in households where is a veteran (51%), and among the GLBT community (53%).

While only 33% feel the country is heading in the rights direction, 53% say things are off on the wrong track and 14% are not sure. The 53% figure is a sizable drop from the two thirds we have been seeing.

These numbers could have been caused by recent efforts by the GOP to play their hand in budget, immigration, Keystone Pipeline, and the Iran nuclear issue. The numbers will only embolden President Obama to be even more visible and bold in the coming months.