Despite yesterday's weak unemployment/jobs report, Barack Obama enjoyed a mild post-convention bump in the polls. Not so for Mitt. How did the President manage this - while Romney didn't convert? It has a lot to do with who projects more empathy - much of which is transmitted via body language. Many believe Obama is a very good speaker, but his nonverbal communication is just as important when it comes to his "likeability". Listen here for my expert (& nonpartisan) analysis of the President's DNC Speech (and it's contrast to Mitt Romney's RNC Appearance) on the "Late Nights with Jim Bohannan"Show.