Does this mean trouble for the GOP’s top legislative priority? A new Associated Press-GfK poll finds that only about 25 percent of Americans advocate a wholesale repeal of health-care reform—a move the Republican-led House is currently pushing. Among Republicans, support for repeal has dropped from 61 percent after the midterm elections to 49 percent now. Overall, a narrow plurality of respondents (41 percent) still opposes the law, but strong opposition—while still a hefty 30 percent—has fallen to its lowest registered level since September 2009. Illustrating the mixed feelings the country has about the law, fewer than one in five respondents recommended leaving the law as is.