If President Trump is bound and determined to let the Affordable Care Act "blow up," as he has previously said, he's liable to have more of a fight on his hands that just the Congress.

That's because, according to a report in The Hill, an ABC/Washington Post poll has found most Americans want the ACA fixed, not repealed and replaced.

Not only do 61 percent say they want it fixed instead of repealed, 79 percent say Trump should make it work instead of making it fail. There is, of course, a sizeable divide along party lines, with 88 percent of Democrats wanting the ACA fixed and just 21 percent of Republicans agreeing.

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