Americans are divided on the Republican health care bill to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act.

Forty-six percent of voters say they support the American Health Care Act, which was crafted by Speaker Paul Ryan and is backed by President Trump. Thirty-five percent say they are against it and 19 percent aren't sure what to think about it.

That comes on the heels of polls showing that public support for the ACA is at its highest level ever.

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