Quinnipiac: Americans Like Obama, Not His Policies

From a Quinnipiac poll released today:

Given four choices to describe their feelings about the President, American voters say:
•    46 percent like Obama as a person and like most of his policies;
•    28 percent like him as a person, but don't like most of his policies;
•    1 percent like his policies, but don't like him as a person;
•    20 percent don't like him or his policies.

That's 74 percent who like Obama as a person, vs. 21 percent who don't--and 47 percent who like his policies, vs. 48 percent who don't. In political terms, that means he passes the "candidate I want to have a beer with" test...now, if only he can charmingly explain the merits of health care and energy reform over that beer.