According to the latest Gallup poll, President Barack Obama is up nine points over Mitt Romney among women voters .
That's a big change from Tuesday's CBS/New York Times poll which showed Romney up by 3-points among women.
But should Obama be called the first female president?
That's what an op-ed in the Washington Post labeled him as he launched a major new appeal to those coveted women voters. Referring to the president's commencement speech at the all-female Barnard college, Dana Milbank writes:
"Monday's activities veered into pandering, as Obama brazenly flaunted his feminine mystique."
Obama also appeared on the view, where he talked about getting teased by the first lady and coaching his daughter's basketball team
CNN Chief Political Analyst and member of the OutFront Political Strike Team, Gloria Borger, Former Deputy Press Secretary for President Obama, Bill Burton, and The Daily Columnist, Reihan Salam comes OutFront