The Washington Post article notes the gains came predominately from Republican women but it's no surprise anyway. I said six weeks ago that the GOP was aware of this problem; I was laughing at Gbaji for denying it existed. That the GOP would try to fix this (at least among their own base) isn't exactly surprising.
Um... I didn't deny the poll numbers existed. I denied that this meant he had some kind of intrinsic problem with women. My assertion was that this was a temporary polling dip resulting from a massive ad campaign as part of the Left's attempt to hype a fabricated "war on women", that it could not be sustained, and that his numbers would rise to more normal levels once the hype wore off.
And I was correct. So nyah!
I do suppose that if giving people time and information to counter that hype is "fixing" the problem, then the GOP fixed it. Was pretty easy to do really. BS tends to smell after awhile after all.