Among Republicans, approval jumped from 54% to 58%, and approval among Democrats was also up. Unfortunately, approval among Independents had a downward trend. Conservative approval held constant (and positive), while moderate net approval dropped 7 points to +35% (64% approve). Liberal net approval skyrocketed, up 31% (approval is now 78%, up from 63%).
The winning coalition for Sebelius is going to be Democrats and Independents (or liberals and moderates), so the relatively slight erosion of support among the middle categories is worrisome. It's nice to see such enthusiasm from Republicans and conservatives, but we'll probably see a lot of that erode over time.