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OPINION

CNN Poll: 75% of Americans Approve of Obama Personally

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President Barack Obama retains strong personal appeal even as his overall job approval rating has weakened.

An overwhelming number of Americans — 75 percent — say they give President Obama a thumbs up regarding approval of him as a person, according to a new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released on Wednesday.

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CNN notes that “Obama's strength remains his personal appeal” and adds that a “plurality of Republicans” also like him personally, though their positive views of the president are apparently trumped by economic jitters.

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