A new poll shows that less than a quarter of people surveyed support the GOP bill to partially repeal and replace Obamacare.
About 48 percent of voters believe the bill is a bad idea, compared to 23 percent who think it is a good idea, according to a new poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal.
A narrow majority of Republicans, 52 percent, believe that the bill is a good idea, but 77 percent of Democrats that think it is a bad idea, the poll found. About 44 percent of independents don't like the bill, and just 18 percent support it.
The gap between whether the GOP bill is a good or bad is larger than that found in December 2013 for Obamacare, according to NBC News. That poll, released a few months after the botched rollout of the healthcare.gov website, found that 50 percent believed Obamacare was a bad idea and 34 percent thought it was a good idea.
Other polls have showed slim approval for the AHCA, and a recent Gallup poll finding approval of the bill only at 21 percent.
The poor poll numbers come as the Senate is in talks to scrap the House bill and start over with a new healthcare plan.
The poll was conducted among 800 adults and had a margin of error of 3.46 percentage points.