It's 100-Day pollapallooza this week, so we'll be highlighting only some of the more interesting findings. CNN highlights the now CWish finding that Obama is more personally popular than his policies. (Rahm'll take that.)   And CBS News/New York Times's surveyists found that nearly 70% of Americans believe Obama is different from the average politician. Of those, 4 in ten say it's his style of governing.  There's a partisan split, of course, but -- and this will cheer the White House, which watches the same number in its DNC-sponsored polling -- the vast majority of independents think Obama behaves differently than the average politician.

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