Posted by | March 10, 2010 20:02 | Filed under: Top Stories

An Associated Press-GfK poll shows that only 4% of Americans are against reforming health care. Half of the respondents say it should be changed “a great deal.”

But they don’t like the way the debate is playing out in Washington, where GOP lawmakers unanimously oppose the Obama-backed legislation and Democrats are struggling to pass it by themselves with narrow House and Senate majorities.

More than four in five Americans say it’s important that any health care plan have support from both parties. And 68 percent say the president and congressional Democrats should keep trying to cut a deal with Republicans rather than pass a bill with no GOP support.

Forty-three percent say keep working on the current bills, and 41% say start from scratch.

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