Here's the breakdown:
Obama: 45Gingrich: 46Not sure: 9Obama: 45Huckabee: 47Not sure: 8Obama: 46Palin: 46Not sure: 9Obama: 43Romney: 46Not sure: 11
Tom Jensen puts the numbers in perspective well at the conclusion of his post on the poll:
No way to tell indeed, but those traditional indicators of presidential electoral success -- presidential approval and the economy -- certainly aren't hurting the GOP's prospects at the moment.
Obviously 2012 is a long ways off and the immediate relevance of these numbers is limited. It's possible we'll look back on polls like this 28 months from now after Obama's been reelected and laugh. But it's also possible that we'll look back on the summer of 2010 after he's been defeated and see it as the time when his prospects for reelection really took a turn for the worse. For now there's really no way to tell.
[Note: I hope to have an update of the monthly graphs up sometime this evening, but if not, they'll be up in the morning. As I mentioned on Twitter yesterday, FHQ is woefully behind on those figures. Rest assured, it is on our To-Do list.]