President Obama had a pretty awful week. He started with an admission that his administration still had no complete strategy to fight ISIS, then he followed up by announcing that he will authorize sending 450 more military advisors on the ground to train Iraqi soldiers. The no strategy statement was clumsy and the new troops declaration was met with jeers by both Democrats and Republicans. And all of this took place before Democrats in Congress dissed him on the Trade Promotion Authority legislation. Whew!

Nonetheless, the President's approval numbers fell only one point to 45% in a new Zogby Analytics Poll. The massive online poll of 3,225 likely voters nationwide was conducted June 5-10 and has a margin of sampling error of +/-1.8 percentage points.

A majority (52%) disapprove of Mr. Obama's job performance and 3% are not sure.

Some of his coalition is still basically intact. He is approved by 79% of Democrats, 70% of Hispanics, 82% of African Americans, 72% of liberals, and 69% of LGBT voters. But he does show some slippage that could haunt the remainder of his term. For starters, he won a majority of independents in 2008 and 2102 and now only polls 34% of this group. His numbers among 18-29 year olds are only 52% (down nine points from 2012). He is upside down with Catholics (45%), a group which gave him a majority both times he has run. Moderates are only at 50%, Creative Class at only 53%, and Weekly Wal-Mart Shoppers are under 50% (48%).

There are enough Jewish voters in the sample (125) to get an idea of a pattern. Mr. Obama is only getting a 41% job approval rating (vs. a 54% disapproval) among Jews. This is a cohort that normally votes in the 70%-75% range for a Democrat.

Just as ominous for the remainder of his tenure is his decline among voters in union households. His approval there is 55%, down from the low 60s in previous polls. This is probably the result of his push for free trade with Asia in the face of strong union opposition.

In short, the President picked up a few points in some unexpected places (e.g. conservatives with 21%) to bolster his overall numbers. He holds steady but he may have hurt himself in the long run. Right now he will have to wait for the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act to see if his signature achievement remains or not - and what his legacy will ultimately be.