A large majority of Americans agree the health care status quo leaves much to be desired, but there is very little agreement on how to improve things.

A recent poll by the Associated Press finds a plurality of voters affiliated with both major parties say health care is the top issue facing the country. Forty-seven percent of Republicans, 40 percent of Democrats, and 43 percent of independents say dealing with the issue should be the top priority in Washington.

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