First of all, the Gallup poll tells another storyhttp://www.gallup.com/poll/148046/Obama-Approval-Rally-Largely.aspx
President Obama's job approval rating averaged 46% for the week ending June 12, a significant decline
from his weekly averages for most of May and nearly back to the level before Osama bin Laden's death on May 1. Thus, it appears the sustained rally in support for the president after the death of the Sept. 11 terror mastermind is largely over. The drop in Obama's approval rating coincides with an increase in Americans' pessimism about the economy.
Economic confidence also increased after bin Laden's death but began to decline early this month, perhaps due to reports of anemic job growth and concerns about the slow pace of economic recovery.
Second, you omitted other text from the msnbc website that does not go along with your hopes
What should concern Obama: On the other hand, here’s what should concern Team Obama: On a generic presidential ballot, 45% say they would probably vote to re-elect the president, while 40% say they’d probably vote for the Republican candidate. But among the 13% who said it depends or are unsure, just 31% approve of Obama’s job, 76% think the country is headed in the wrong direction, and 80% believe the economy will get worse or stay the same over the next 12 months. Getting those last 5.1 percentage points is going to be one tough slog. Think about it: $1 billion will be spent to woo about five to six million Americans.
You wouldn't be expected to cite other, highly respected polls, that dispute what you hope for, but when you cherry-pick from the source you cite, you diminish your credibility.