As the Republican Party decides what to do about the Affordable Care Act, a new poll shows some Americans are against the approach being advocated by some of the party's hardliners.

Only about 20 percent of respondents to a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation support Congress repealing the law immediately and "working out the details of a replacement plan later."

Another 28 percent say Congress should vote to repeal the law only after crafting a replacement plan.

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